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Wednesday’s Headlines

Use a public health approach on road safety; Bay Area transit future uncertain; E-bikes are fastest growing EV sales; Waiting on fate of bill to codify climate change into transpo planning; More

  • A public health approach to road safety could save lives (Governing)
  • The Bay Area still needs a toll to pay for transit (SF Chronicle)
  • Bay Area transit future remains uncertain (The Center Square)
  • LA Metro asks the public for ideas for name for its new Santa Ana branch that doesn't go to Santa Ana (Mass Transit)
  • Sales of EVs are on the rise - with e-bikes at the top (9 News)
  • How to report collisions involving e-bikes (CalBike)
  • Bill to codify climate change into transportation planning is among those waiting in Appropriations committee (The Center Square)
  • In CA, environmental protection takes a back seat to "keeping the lights on" (Planetizen)
  • Climate change is redrawing the disaster map (The Verge)
  • Wealthy super emitters are driving the climate crisis (Salon)
  • Uber's view of urban life (Princeton University Press)
  • Spending on lobbying is growing (Capitol Weekly)

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