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8:33 AM PDT on August 16, 2022

    • This country's biggest financial threat is the cost of climate change (Fast Company)
    • The surprising oil tax included in the federal climate, er, Inflation Reduction Act (Planetizen)
    • Infrared video shows widespread gas leaks in Los Angeles (Capital and Main)
    • Reevaluating the laws that prevent safe and inclusive cycling (NACTO)
    • CA DMV may finally force Tesla to stop calling its cars "fully self-driving" (Mercury News)
    • MTC launches pilot to test universal transit pass for Bay Area (Yahoo!)
    • Oakland plans an e-bike library (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Sure, build housing, but give us transit, says Mira Mesa (ABC)
    • More on head of NHTSA moving back to California Air Resources Board (CNBC, Detroit News)
    • Denver drops two freeway expansions in favor of climate-friendly transportation (CPR)

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