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CARB tells Caltrans to do better on Yolo Causeway analysis; US EPA tells LA to do better on smog; Public transit mostly worked pretty well amidst the rain; More

Yolo Causeway. Photo: Steve Martarano, via Wikipedia

  • Air Resources Board tells Caltrans to do a better job on environmental analysis of 80/50 freeway widening project (Sacramento Bee)
  • US EPA threatens to reject LA's plan to deal with smog (LA Times)
  • SoCal public transit works pretty well in all this rain (Los Angeles Daily News)
  • Complete Streets bill will help build crucial connections (CalBike)
  • Behind California's push to rein in vehicle speeds (Bloomberg)
  • Cities have a year to figure out new law banning parking near crosswalks (Mercury News)
  • A look at California policies to combat health impacts of climate change (Medriva)
  • NY Times runs an oil industry greenwashing ad, despite pledges on all sides to stop that nonsense (Heated)

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