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Walkable cities are a necessity; Tire emissions are worse than you think; Rethinking transportation systems; More

9:00 AM PDT on September 20, 2023

The double-wide snake of cars in the parking lot didn’t solve the problem. Via David Bruce/YouTube

  • The agony of the school car line (The Atlantic)
  • Go a week without driving (Bloomberg)
  • Walkable cities are a necessity (The Tribune)
  • A roundup of climate bills on the Governor's desk (LA Times)
  • Is it time to pay people to bike to work? (Momentum Mag)
  • Rural communities are benefiting from e-bike incentives (PBS)
  • Golden Empire Transit is considering ending bus route to Tejon outlets that workers rely on (Turn to 23)
  • What's happening with (some) old BART cars (SF Standard)
  • Cities need to rethink transportation networks as commutes no longer dominate (Brookings)
  • Tires emit toxic pollution: More evidence (Yale)
  • Five years after S.B. 1, State auditor removes CA transportation infrastructure from "high-risk list" (Construction Equipment Guide)
  • CA regulators tell Arrowhead to stop taking spring water; company claims state water rights (Spectrum News)

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