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    • Climate change is here (IPCC)
    • Court rules Biden's "social cost of carbon" is reasonable - but it is still too low (Vox)
    • Years after houses were destroyed to build it, Lake Merritt BART station will see new housing (Oaklandside)
    • How modernizing payment systems improves the transit experience (Gov Tech)
    • Legislators propose their own budget, without payments to car owners (AP, Sacramento Bee)
    • Gas prices so high, people are buying bikes! (ABC)
    • Millbrae plans housing where high speed rail station would go (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • High-speed ferry begin used on Bay routes (BayLink)
    • Measuring the magnetic fields of cities can explain... some things (E&T)
    • The poetry of public transit (Commonwealth Magazine)

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