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    • It shouldn't be so hard to buy an electric car (LA Times)
    • It shouldn't be so hard to live without a car in LA (LA Times)
    • Here's what happens when a country uses bikes to fight climate emissions - it works (Wired)
    • Let's really talk about speed limiters on cars (Treehugger)
    • LA Metro CEO declares: We will build a people-centered transportation system (The Source)
    • Opinion: AC Transit prioritizes wealthy commuters over South Berkeley riders (Berkeleyside)
    • Podcast: CA high-speed rail is "having a moment" (SF Chronicle)
    • Converting idle commercial land to housing is a climate strategy too (CalMatters)
    • Housing bills held up by labor union disagreements (CalMatters)
    • What makes a healthy city? (Price School)

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