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COP28 sucks but don't ignore it; Public input sought on proposed toll for Yolo Causeway; Bus shelters coming to LA; More

Yolo Causeway. Photo: Steve Martarano, via Wikipedia

  • COP28 sucks. Pay attention anyway (Heated)
  • Public input sought on proposed toll/"managed" lane for the Yolo Causeway (KCRA)
  • A history of the 10 Freeway (LAist)
  • LA to invest $30m in bus shelters (Urbanize LA)
  • UC Santa Cruz secures extra-long buses in response to surge in ridership (Mass Transit)
  • Car dealers claim they "can't sell EVs" (Ars Technica)
    • Meanwhile e-buses are out there lowering emissions worldwide (ITDP)
  • GM to "substantially" reduce investment in Cruise driverless vehicles (SF Chronicle)
  • Federal infrastructure funding to include environmental justice goals (The Verge)
  • Santa Barbara public library loans e-bike-share memberships (Yale Climate Connections)
  • Even after deadline, San Francisco supes delay key housing bill (SF Standard)
  • Sierra Club objects to "clandestine" plan to develop a new city (SF Chronicle)

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