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What that rapidly approaching climate threshold will mean; It took a bus driver's death to show how dangerous UC Santa Cruz campus shuttles are; Try an e-cargo bike and you'll probably like your car less; More

8:53 AM PST on February 2, 2024

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  • What that rapidly approaching climate threshold really means (LA Times)
  • Asm Leader Rivas appoints a car dealer to the CTC (Politico)
  • After a bus driver dies, CHP investigation shows UC Santa Cruz campus shuttles are too dangerous to use (Lookout, UC Santa Cruz)
  • Worries increase about landslide in San Clemente (KTLA)
  • Labor worries that the push to electrify ports will displace them (Politico)
  • Study: Once people try a cargo e-bike, they like their cars a lot less (Ars Technica)
  • California legislature only got a B for climate action; find your representative's vote scores (California Environmental Voters, Sacramento Bee)
  • Bus bench activists shame Berkeley into action (Planetizen)
  • Some residents vow to fight Santa Rosa infill transit oriented development (Northern California Public Media)
  • How can we stop harassment on public transportation (San Jose Spotlight)
  • Head of BART San Jose extension says cost estimates could go even higher (Mercury News)

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