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8:13 AM PDT on June 28, 2022

    • Action on climate urgently needed now (IPCC)
    • Details on the proposed "gas (sic) tax relief" plan (LA Times, The Hill)
    • CalMatters breaks down the budget bill
    • Vibrant cities need multimodal transportation (The City Fix)
    • We were warned: Transit agencies facing a "fiscal cliff" (Governing)
    • Pasadena transit adjusts to shortage of drivers, changes in travel patterns (Pasadena Now)
    • Some states are shifting federal safety funds towards more, wider highways (Route Fifty)
    • A tour of the BYD electric bus manufacturer in California (Bus & Motor Coach News)
    • Playing with physics: What happens when a bike's back wheel is split in two? (Laughing Squid)
    • Costs of building new affordable housing are too high (SF Chronicle)
    • Berkeley's experience with changing state housing laws (Berkeleyside)
    • Budget proposals add heat to arguments over power plant expansions (CalMatters)

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