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Today’s Headlines

8:17 AM PDT on June 13, 2022

    • Climate change encroaches (IPCC)
    • Summers are getting hotter (The Guardian)
    • Residents protest state agency approval of new oil wells (LA Times)
    • In the olden days, pedestrian deaths were not tolerated (Bloomberg)
    • Stop spending billions to widen freeways (Daily Breeze)
    • Some think it's just gonna be too hard to ban fossil fuel vehicles (Desert Sun)
    • Draft EIR for high-speed rail into San Francisco released (KRON4, CA High-Speed Rail Authority)
    • SamTrans buys some electric buses (Electrive)
    • Card and chip supplies are low, so BART encourages riders to use their phones to pay fares (SF Gate)
    • For the price of a few tanks of gas, buy an e-bike (Electrek)
    • Oakland plans to create a rental registry (Mercury News)
    • San Jose may do away with parking requirements at new housing (East Bay Times)

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