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8:32 AM PDT on June 21, 2022

    • Climate change is not slowing (IPCC)
    • Governor Newsom appoints Tony Tavares, District 7 (SoCal) Director, to head Caltrans (California Globe)
    • San Jose is a crucial transportation hub for the entire state (Mercury News)
    • What needs considering rules for automated buses? Comments open until August 1 (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Two-way protected bikeway coming to Pasadena's Union Street (Pasadena Now)
    • How restorative justice heals a school community (and should be used everywhere) (EdSource)
    • Racial equity work at the California State Transportation Agency (Strategic Growth Council)
    • Republicans reach out via twitter to beg Gov Newsom for relief from 3-cent "gas tax hike" (Twitter)
    • CA Dems vow to investigate cause of high gas prices, again (Spectrum)
    • New affordable housing is expensive (LA Times)

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