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CA Assembly Committee Chairs announced: New Transpo Chair is Lori Wilson; Who lives in those new Oakland highrises? More than 500 unhoused people died in San Diego County this year; More

8:19 AM PST on November 22, 2023

AFTER: The Highway 1 realignment at Gleason Beach in Sonoma County is Caltrans’s first project where the primary purpose was addressing the effects of sea-level rise. (Photo by John Huseby/ Caltrans)

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  • CA Assembly leader announces new committee chairs (LA Times)
  • New Assembly Transportation Chair is Lori Wilson (D-Suisun City)
  • Caltrans moves Highway 1 away from eroding coastline in Sonoma County (Patch)
  • Gap in Balboa Park's bus-only lane renders it useless at a peak time (KPBS)
  • SLO Transit adjusts schedules to increase reliability (KEYT)
  • Oakland's new downtown highrise apartments seem to be filling up. Who lives there? (Oaklandside)
  • Berkeley increases height limits on housing near UC campus (SF Chronicle)
  • More than 500 unhoused people died in San Diego County this year (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • The problem with claiming "net zero" emissions (Michigan Daily)
  • How will Brazil's new carbon market affect indigenous people there? (Reuters)

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