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8:49 AM PST on December 19, 2022

    • Thousands of pedestrians die each year, and Autoblog says it's all their fault
    • Quick build bikeways are key to the transportation future (Buzzer)
    • A peek at Amtrak's new made-in-CA railroad cars (Washington Post)
    • San Diego transit agency moves to end outside management of bus drivers (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • CARB scoping plan: More solar and wind power (Daily Kos)
    • A cap-and-trade primer (Treehugger)
    • Spare the Air: No wood fires in Bay Area (SF Chronicle)
    • Bad air, free bus rides in Bakersfield (Turnto23)
    • Oil industry faces the end of the road in CA even without penalties on profits (Politico)
    • Prohousing cities remove barriers to housing production and get state help: Oakland, San Diego, West Sacramento, Roseville, Fontana, and Citrus Heights (Housing and Community Development)
    • COVID eviction protections in L.A. are at an end (LA Times)
    • NY Times says San Francisco is dead

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