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Today’s Headlines

8:18 AM PDT on August 1, 2022

    • Climate change (IPCC)
      • is really expensive (NBC4)
    • CA doesn't include methane leaks in its GHG inventory (The Hill)
    • CA legislature is back in session (CalMatters)
    • A bill, with some money, aims to help people feel safe enough to ride transit (CalMatters)
    • Manchin's "climate compromise" doubles down on car culture (Vice)
      • And offers peanuts for transit (Politico)
    • Funding for 12 CA projects, including $5M for North Hollywood BRT, in federal bills that may pass soon (Pasadena Now)
    • Can LA make 6th Street bridge safe for everyone? (LAist)
    • A playbook for pedestrian safety (Planetizen)
    • What it's like to drive a bus during a pandemic (Bloomberg)
    • Oakland plans for major safety upgrades at a few busy intersections (Oaklandside)
    • Let's invest in two-wheeled EVs (ABC)

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