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The hottest day ever? Oil and gas industry lobbying hampers the fight against climate change; What high-speed rail stations will look like; More

8:44 AM PDT on July 5, 2023

Future Fresno HSR Station rendering. Image courtesy CAHSRA

  • Tuesday may have been the hottest day ever (AP)
  • Oil and gas lobbying threaten California's climate efforts (Capital & Main)
  • What California's first high-speed rail stations will look like (SF Chronicle)
  • Brightline West gets grants for stations in Hesperia and Apple Valley (Railway News)
  • Podcast: Winners and losers in the just-passed California budget (Capitol Weekly)
  • Sonoma County deploys on-demand transit (Smart Cities World)
  • Lawmakers from outside the Bay Area core oppose raising bridge tolls (Napa Valley Register)
  • SF police want footage taken by self-driving cars (Bloomberg)
  • Helping people live closer to activities can reduce VMT (Brookings)

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