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8:43 AM PST on December 6, 2022

    • Fourteen new state laws that take effect in January, including pedestrian safety laws (SF Chronicle)
    • How to be an advocate: a profile of Dave Campbell (Oaklandside)
    • Ikea to deploy solar powered e-bikes for home deliveries (Ikea)
    • LA Times gets lots of input on the question: Should public transit be free?
    • LA-Las Vegas high speed rail could break ground next year (Planetizen)
    • LA Metro approves light rail from East LA to Montebello (Mass Transit)
    • Ranking the best cities for transit (Planetizen)
    • CA legislature introduces bill to penalize oil companies for price gouging (Sacramento Bee, Spectrum News)
    • Air regulators say federal EPA needs to act if LA is to meet clean air standards (LA Times)
    • CPUC to require natural gas projects to report environmental impacts (Utility Dive)
    • Help is coming for truckers trying to meet CA EV regulations (CalMatters)
    • Meet Lee Ann Eager, chair of California Transportation Commission (Capitol Weekly)

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