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The main problem with pedestrian deaths is NOT pedestrians; Norway's push to adopt EVs has produced some major headaches; US Reps set to vote on bill that would block funding for Amtrak, high speed rail; More

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  • Scientists speak out about the influence on research of fossil-fuel industry funding (Heated)
  • House set to vote today on bill to cut funding for Amtrak, CA high-speed rail (Trains)
  • The main problem with pedestrian deaths is not pedestrians (NY Times)
  • Why Norway is having second thoughts about its push to adopt EVs (Vox)
  • Build the bike lanes and cargo bikes will follow (GovTech)
  • CAHSRA releases sustainability report
  • What Butte County plans to do with its clean energy grant (KRCR)
  • Caltrans gives details on proposed upgrades to Tiburon Blvd (Marin Independent Journal)
  • Multiuse trail in Northern Sacramento County to be expanded (Sacramento Bee)
  • Pacific Coast Highway is a deathtrap (LA Times)

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