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Today’s Headlines

8:30 AM PDT on July 20, 2022

    • Climate change should be top priority in every action (IPCC)
    • CA wetlands are burning, and we're pouring scarce water into them (SF Chronicle)
    • California is losing its trees (SF Chronicle)
    • We're poisoning our beaches (Voice of San Diego)
    • LA looks to electrify its entire fleet, including street cleaners, construction vehicles (GovTech)
    • Stockton is working to make it safer to walk to school (Recordnet)
    • Transit agencies try ambassadors to improve rider safety (Next City)
    • There's still a long way to go to increase diversity at state transportation agencies (Route Fifty)
    • Most U.S. cities plan to use infrastructure aid on roads and bridges (Bloomberg)
    • Trucker industry hopes to delay enforcement of AB5 (Transport Topics)

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