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8:26 AM PDT on September 29, 2022

    • Video: Clean Air Day is next week (SacRT)
    • Developing a Greenhouse Gas Index to quantify emissions from products and policies (Resources)
    • Eight bike trails that "teach you about L.A." (LA Times)
    • The hottest new car on the market is an e-bike (Wall Street Journal)
    • They tried! Journalists ride 17 transit agencies in a day (SF Chronicle)
    • Stuck on the streets of SF in a driverless car (NY Times)
    • MTC adopts new transit-oriented development policy for Bay Area (MTC)
    • We just can't seem to kick the car habit (Metropolis)
    • How much money Tesla has received from California subsidies (SF Chronicle)
    • Data from twenty Guaranteed Basic Income programs show that they are a lifeline (CityLab)
    • Lack of data makes protecting renters more difficult (Terner Center)
    • LA moves closer to ending COVID rent protections (LA Times)
    • LA County supes propose permanent rent protections (LA Times)
    • Street food vendors can now operate legally; here's how (L.A. Taco)

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