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The hottest month, so far. Is this okay? Still fighting for a law to end oil drilling near schools; Federal guidance subtly but firmly encourages highway building; Quiet bus heist in Modesto; Red light cameras in SF; More

8:44 AM PDT on July 27, 2023

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  • Hottest month on record. Is this fine? (LA Times)
  • Gulf Stream could collapse soon because of changing ocean temperatures (The Guardian)
  • Is it really political? Yes. New group forms to support law ending oil drilling near schools (SF Chronicle)
  • How federal guidance on "value of time" helps justify destructive, divisive, climate-wrecking highway building (Smart Growth America)
  • Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition tells Swifties how to get to the concert at Levi's stadium without a car
  • City of Berkeley is adding new housing at record rates - not so much of it affordable (Berkeleyside)
  • A proposed bike/ped bridge from DT Oakland to Alameda may have opponents, but there's plenty of support (Oaklandside)
  • Bus heist in Modesto by careful, knowledgeable thief (CBS News)
  • Some San Francisco intersections to get red light cameras (SF Chronicle)
  • Taking a bus from Detroit to LA (The Guardian)

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