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Today’s Headlines

8:27 AM PST on December 8, 2022

    • These car-free streets are here to stay (Reasons to Be Cheerful)
    • Coachella Valley bike and pedestrian project gets $36M in Active Transportation Program grant (Desert Sun)
    • San Jose abolishes minimum parking requirements (Mercury News)
    • Traffic death surge drives calls for safety cameras (Route Fifty)
    • A school plants trees to fight freeway fumes (Fresnoland)
    • Supreme Court cases could upend environmental justice laws (Pew Trusts)
    • Study: People would rather walk somewhere interesting, even with obstacles (CBS)
    • Central Valley group sets out to "save oil company jobs" (Fresnoland)
    • Wildfire smoke can cut solar power output (Mercury News)

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