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Funding public transit is crucial to meet climate goals; The budget that passes today is a sham; Paris finds that emergency response times are faster with all those bike lanes everywhere; CA widening hwys widened with carpool lanes; More

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  • Funding public transit is crucial for California climate goals (Legal Planet)
    • If Bay Area transit fails, so will Bay Area theater (SF Chronicle)
    • A guide to Bay Area's complex transit options (SF Gate)
  • Why the CA Legislature will pass a "sham" budget today (CalMatters)
  • How cargo bikes are revolutionizing city transportation (Momentum Mag)
  • Paris finds that average emergency response times are much shorter with new bike infrastructure everywhere (Le Parisien)
  • San Diego celebrates opening four miles of new carpool lanes (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Montecito prepares begins work on a similar highway widening (KSBY, Independent)
  • California transit agencies establish a "road map" for using hydrogen in buses (SP
  • Wildlife overcrossing proposed for Hwy 101 in Santa Cruz County (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
  • Palo Alto expects more development with end of parking minimums (Palo Alto Online)
  • CARB outlines future of cap-and-trade (Carbon Pulse)

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