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Today’s Headlines

8:51 AM PDT on April 20, 2023

    • Cuts to transit service can increase poverty and unemployment (Planetizen)
    • Southern California air quality continues to be horrible (LA Times)
    • CA climate bills on fossil fuel divestment, emissions disclosure move forward (Sacramento Bee)
    • We can have less traffic and shorter commutes; why aren't we making it happen? (New Republic)
    • Big utilities are endangering the transition to clean energy (Mother Jones)
    • Women lead at San Bernardino transit agencies (The Sun)
    • Why bikes are the perfect mode of transportation (Momentum)
    • AC Transit to restore a bus route it deleted years ago (East Bay Times)
    • Only the richest survive disaster (Perspective)
    • San Jose focuses on quixotic "personal rapid transit" instead of tried and true shuttles (Bloomberg)

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