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Brightline West to break ground next year; State's new Transit Transformation Task Force; E-bikes are radically more efficient than electric cars; More

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  • Who was appointed to the state's Transit Transformation Task Force? (NRDC)
  • Brightline West says it will break ground next year (ABC 7)
  • COP28 concludes with weak pledges to "transition away" from oil use (AP)
  • E-bikes are radically more efficient than electric cars (Clean Technica)
  • Sacramento aims to build an institution to push development and adoption of EVs, clean mobility (GovTech)
  • Climate change denier who worked for years fighting environmental rules retires, and gets quite a sendoff from E&E News
  • Why does Kern County want to make MORE carbon - which it plans to bury? (Capital & Main)
  • Pomona failed to extend its ban on new warehouses (Daily Bulletin)
  • Take a look at some really bad bike racks (Road.cc)

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