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Wednesday’s Headlines

Every city needs a walkability study; Improving bike safety with a simple law change; Lawsuit threatens climate disclosure law; More

  • Every city needs a walkability study (Common Edge)
  • New California law helps change bike infrastructure without lifting a finger (BikeMag)
  • Construction at People's Park is endangering pedestrian and bicycle movement (Daily Cal)
  • Lawsuit threatens to delay climate disclosure law (ClimateWire)
  • Carbon neutrality on sale - the game is afoot (Energy at Haas)
  • Report: Governor Newsom appointed mostly white people last year (2Urban Girls)
  • Is Fresno done growing? (GV Wire)
  • San Jose's new housing element - supporting 62K new homes - finally approved (Mercury News)

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