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California a model for climate change action; EVs can be greener; Painting for safety? More

8:48 AM PDT on July 26, 2023

person seen from the legs down walks on crosswalk striping
  • Commentary: California is a model for climate change action (PPIC)
  • Electric vehicles can be made greener (USPIRG)
  • Cities are painting their way to safe streets (Route Fifty)
  • What research says about crosswalk safety (Good Men Project)
  • SF's Hayes Street to reopen to cars, and merchants are worried (SF Standard)
  • BART board set to discuss fare evasion bill (Contra Costa News)
  • Marin Transit gets $31.5 million federal grant to build an electric bus maintenance/charging facility (Patch)
  • Port of Oakland celebrates improvement projects (Port Technology International)
  • Oregon is ahead of California:
    • Road-use charge program evolves (GovTech)
    • Lawsuit against city of Portland for neglecting its bike plan moves forward (Bike Portland)

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