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8:35 AM PDT on July 8, 2022

    • Climate change looms (IPCC)
    • Fresno county wants proposed transportation tax to pay for freeways, reduce transit, bike, walk funding, so city considers other solutions (Fresno Bee)
    • Muni to receive state funding to replace its outdated control system (Mass Transit)
    • Bay Area getting millions for transportation infrastructure (BayLink)
    • CA budget: Better, but still not enough for active transportation (CalBike)
    • Crosswalk Collective paints for safety where the city won't (KnockLA)
    • LA Metro holds groundbreaking for Inglewood-South LA path (Mass Transit)
    • City of Berkeley encourages bike and scooter riders to check out new downtown bikeway
    • El Dorado County to hold public workshop on Highway 49 plans (Georgetown Gazette)
    • Supreme Court's EPA decision: Potential impacts on your health (Healthline)
    • Supreme Court's EPA decision: A silver lining, maybe (E&E News)
    • High gas prices have not helped transit (GovTech)
    • Study: E-bikes are the most popular EVs (Inside EVs)
    • Safe parking site set for homeless residents of San Jose, but housed residents are mad (Spotlight)

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