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Wednesday’s Headlines

Las Vegas-to-So Cal AND CA High-Speed Rail are about to receive $3 billion apiece; Impacts of the new transportation emission reporting rule; Brace for some deceptive ads about high energy prices; More

Lina Tran/WUWM via NPR

  • Vegas-to-Rancho Cucamonga Brightline high speed rail project awarded $3B in federal funds (Las Vegas Review Journal, The Hill, Washington Post, LA Times, Forbes)
  • Buried in some of those stories - but not all: CAHSRA also got $3B from the feds (KTLA, Reuters)
  • Ranking California cities by walkability (The Travel)
  • Did going "car-free" really kill Market Street? (The San Francisco Standard)
  • This man is walking across the US in the name of safety (Channel 5)
  • This four-year-old loves Metro transit (The Source)
  • LA Metro increases light rail and late night service (CBS)
  • Unveiling the impact of the new transportation emissions rule (T4America, NRDC)
  • E-bikes beat the cybertruck on so many measures (Momentum)
  • Brace yourself for a deceptive ad campaign blaming high energy prices on California climate policies (E&E News)
  • Santas on bikes. That is all (NPR)

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