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COP28 is a fossil fuel lobby party; Santa Clarita Transit bus drivers vote to end 2-month strike; Leaders celebrate new express lanes in OC; AV pods are really pushing it; More

8:47 AM PST on December 4, 2023

  • COP28 is a party for fossil fuel lobbyists (Heated)
  • LA Councilmember Park has been removing sanitation programs set up for unhoused people (LA Public Press)
  • Port of Long Beach debuts zero-emission cargo handling (Hellenic Shipping News)
  • Santa Clarita Transit bus drivers vote to end two-month-long strike (ABC7)
  • OC leaders celebrate new 405 express lanes and a "faster future" (OC Register)
  • Are those express lanes really the last of LA's massive freeway building? (LA Times)
  • San Jose conference pushes autonomous pod cars as "the future of transit" (SF Gate)
  • Comparing CA to TX gas tax payments - maybe CA is seeing some progress? (Eno)
  • Europe does not want US-built trucks (Transport & Environment)
  • New California rules are crushing rooftop solar industry (KPBS)
  • Got PG&E? you'll be paying more come January (Capital and Main)
  • New state laws going into effect on January 1 (SF Chronicle)

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