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Today’s Headlines

8:43 AM PST on December 9, 2022

    • But we knew this: LA has grown deadlier for pedestrians (Mass Transit)
    • Active Transportation Program to fund:
    • Riders are returning to Santa Maria transit (Santa Maria Times)
    • More cities are reducing parking requirements (LA Times)
    • Autonomous taxis are causing trouble in SF (Slate)
    • California plans an electrification network for the future (EDF)
    • California's plan for net zero carbon (NASDAQ)
    • Republicans try again to suspend gas tax (Landline)
    • Study: Renewables will take over fossil fuels as main source of electricity generation worldwide by 2025 (CNBC)
    • CA to decide the fate of rooftop solar next week (LA Times)
    • Covid and the flu are surging in Bay Area (SF Chronicle) and LA (LA Times)

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