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Thursday’s Headlines

Federal infrastructure bill is a climate time bomb; Homelessness is killing people; E-bike incentives; Banning gas stations; Inland Empire warehouse jobs are not very desirable ones; More

Photo: Mass Transit

  • Federal infrastructure bill is a climate time bomb (Transportation for America)
  • It's that old saw: Safety advocates v. firefighters (LA Times)
  • Homelessness can be a death sentence (CalMatters)
  • What e-bike incentives can - and can't - do (Bloomberg)
  • Oildale adds sidewalks (Aol)
  • UC Davis transit celebrates a milestone: 100 million riders (KCRA)
  • Plan for new city needs voter approval (Yahoo!)
  • Sacramento moves to prohibit new gas stations, drive-throughs (Fresno Bee)
    • Other cities are doing the same (Grist)
  • El Cerrito breaks ground on housing at Del Norte BART station (East Bay Times)
  • Chula Vista and National City get state grants for "green transportation" (BNN)
  • Construction begins on wall to hold back San Clemente cliffs above rail line (LAist)
  • Put a car horn on your bike (Clean Technica)
  • Report: Inland Empire warehouses provide jobs, but they're lousy ones (UCR)
  • Can California capture some of this rain? (CalMatters)

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