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8:34 AM PDT on June 15, 2022

    • It's hot, it's flooding, it's burning, it's blowing hard (IPCC)
    • And the toxic algae is blooming (SF Chronicle)
    • States are making some progress on climate (League of Conservation Voters)
    • How many times per day does a car crash into a building? A lot (Slate)
    • SF Museums plan a ballot initiative to take away SF's car-free streets (SF Examiner)
    • Sacramento RT ridership is up (KCRA)
    • Projects for 2028 Olympics could fuel a transit boom in LA (LA Times)
    • Company is developing giant drones to move people in and out of LAX (Mass Transit)
    • Self-driving tractors are coming (SF Chronicle)
    • EIR released for high-speed rail from San Jose to San Francisco - open for comment until August (Mass Transit)
    • LA City Council votes to outlaw bikes for homeless (Spectrum News, LA Times)
    • The long emergency of homelessness (NY Times)
    • Berkeley and San Francisco consider taxing vacant housing units (SF Chronicle)

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