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More on climate assessment report; Traffic so far mostly manageable despite loss of I-10 freeway; Save the date for CalBike Summit in April; More

Screenshot from LA Times video of I-10 Freeway

  • More on 5th Climate Assessment report, and where climate change is causing problems now (CalMatters, AP, Washington Post)
  • Save the Date: California Bicycle Summit April 18-19, 2024 (CalBike)
  • Caltrans proposes adding a lane in each direction on the Yolo Causeway and charging a toll to drive it (KCRA, Sacramento)
  • Planned light rail station in Sacramento put on hold for now (Sacramento Bee)
  • Traffic is mostly manageable in LA despite loss of freeway (LA Times)
    • Nevertheless, all hands on deck to get it fixed in 3 to 5 weeks (KPBS, LAist, LA Times)
    • More thoughts on over-reliance on freeways (LA Times)
    • What was going on under that freeway (LA Times)
  • Santa Monica Council examines Vision Zero priorities after repeated crashes at problem intersection (Santa Monica Next)
  • What's in Oakland's still-not-adopted Downtown Plan: more housing (Oaklandside)
  • Federal grants boost planning for safer streets (Governing)
  • Car dealers are a huge bottleneck on EV sales (Clean Technica)
  • More on rejection of San Diego housing package (Times of San Diego)
  • Maternity wards in California are closing at an alarming rate (CalMatters)

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