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8:49 AM PST on February 28, 2023

    • Pomona secured funding to build a bikeway from Cal Poly to Pomona (Daily Bulletin)
    • Why BART has to cancel trains (SF Chronicle)
    • In addition to providing transit service, BART has to be a homeless service provider (SF Standard)
    • Leaders disagree about how to increase safety on LA Metro (LA Times)
    • Report: States could help transit agencies close budget gaps (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Appeals court ruling on CEQA noise issues has upset a lot of people (Yahoo!)
    • Judge rules Oakland can close down Wood Street Commons (Mercury News)
      • Which has been a chaotic, upsetting process (Oaklandside)
    • Induced demand is real (Planetizen)
    • CA seeks to mend neighborhoods sliced by highways (CalMatters)
    • Federal memo bends to Republican demands that feds recognize state power in decisions over road funding (Route Fifty)
    • 34 University Transportation Centers get funding (Green Car Congress)
    • Report wants against more lithium mining for EV batteries (CBC)
    • Some have found solutions to help people in rural areas get around without a car (NPR)

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