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Wednesday’s Headlines

CARB clean fleet rule waits for USEPA permission; Bus stops can make people happy; Automakers paid Tesla instead of developing EVs themselves; More

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  • In CA legislature new session, budget, election are top issues (Cal Matters)
  • Implementation of CARB's clean fleet rules delayed until USEPA can approve it (Transportation Today, ACT News)
  • Bus stops can be designed to make people happy (Streetsblog Mass)
  • Giant three-lane roundabout set to open in San Benito County (Mercury News)
  • Bay Area's MTC develops guidelines to help cities reduce vehicle miles traveled (The Bay Link)
  • Court blocks Berkeley's natural gas ban (SF Chronicle)
  • Dealing with grief from climate change (KQED)
  • Marin, Sonoma plan on summertime launch of e-bike share to "test" its effectiveness (Marin IJ)
  • California state budget process, explained (Capitol Weekly)
  • Automakers paid Tesla instead of developing their own EVs (Frontier Group)

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