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E-bikes are the future; Fullerton needs better infrastructure; How did SMART sidestep the fiscal cliff? We could fix things faster if we wanted; More

8:50 AM PDT on June 20, 2023

Image from National Geographic

  • Yes, National Geographic, electric bikes ARE the future of transportation
  • Fullerton needs better infrastructure (Fullerton Observer)
  • LA's short regional connector changes its whole subway system (Human Transit)
  • How did SMART sidestep the "fiscal cliff"? (North Bay Business)
  • We could fix things a lot faster - if we wanted to (Washington Post)
  • NY Times finds the EV rideshare program in the Central Valley
  • Tolled border crossing between Tijuana and San Diego making progress (Voice of San Diego)
  • Survey of California homeless residents shows why so many are on the streets (CalMatters)
  • Rents rising, and evictions are higher than they were pre-pandemic (AP)
  • A bit more on Newsom's infrastructure proposal (JD Supra)
  • California's way forward on reducing truck emissions is complex (Tank Transport)
  • A network of "phony groups" is opposing CA oil regulations (SF Chronicle)

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