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Today’s Headlines

8:29 AM PDT on July 21, 2022

    • Climate change is not abating (IPCC)
    • Heat waves threaten US transit system (Bloomberg)
    • Bus operators are in crisis - but there are solutions (TransitCenter)
    • Like in California, Northeast states' climate work has equity problems (Bloomberg Law)
    • Another delay for Muni's Central Subway (Mass Transit Magazine)
    • New 6th Street bridge being used as designed (racing, skating, climbing) (LA Times)
    • $84 billion in federal transportation grants awarded so far: rail and EVs (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Can Reconnecting Communities program repair the breach? (NRDC)
    • Cars make cities hotter (TreeHugger)
    • Why are we so obsessed with cars? (CNET)
    • Pomona approves brief moratorium on warehouses while they study them (Daily Bulletin)
    • San Francisco worries about how to get back to its busy "normal" (SFist)
    • Copy and paste is making San Francisco generic (New Yorker)
    • Why I love riding my bike (NPR)

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