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Fare capping is a thing; San Joaquin Regional Transit is doing fine; Evictions are rising; More

8:48 AM PDT on August 9, 2023

Image: LA Metro

  • Transit agencies are adopting fare capping policies (GovTech)
  • San Joaquin Regional Transit has a nice operating budget to work with (ABC10)
  • Government can be agile when it wants to be (Governing)
  • E-bus manufacturer Proterra files for bankruptcy so it can "reorganize" (Metro)
  • Here's a map of where in the world governments are trying carbon pricing policies (Visual Capitalist)
  • In Alameda, eviction filings are overwhelming the court (Oaklandside)
  • Remote work offered some workers a reprieve from racism (LA Times)
  • Even Zoom employees are being required to return to in-person work (SF Standard)
  • A chemical used to reduce tire wear is killing fish (Mercury News)

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