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    • CA approves new climate measures (NY Times)
    • "Demand response" helps avert blackouts - with attention, we can easily conserve energy (Bloomberg)
    • Electric vehicles are adding only a small amount of demand to the grid (Spectrum News)
    • Other states consider adopting CA's ban on sales of new gas cars (Spectrum, PBS)
    • CA approves SANDAG regional plan that includes local road user charge (The Coast News)
    • Universal basic mobility is fundamental and necessary (CityFi)
    • California to offer e-bike incentives (KPBS)
    • E-bikes could be a "gateway" to more human-centered planning (Treehugger)
    • Skepticism about potential tax break for being car-free (LAist)
    • Generation gap over what a car means (NY Times)
    • BART celebrates 50 years with swag, discounts, arcades (Mercury News)
    • BART needs to work with changing commute schedules (SF Chronicle)
    • BART extension to San Jose coming into focus (Planetizen)
    • CA police killed nearly 1,000 people in 6 years (SF Chronicle)
    • CA could allow vacant strip malls to be redeveloped as housing (Smart Cities Dive)

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