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Low Carbon Fuel Stnd could lock in fossil fuel subsidies; 20 years of Complete Streets; Why so hard to build housing near transit? More

Rolland Curtis Gardens in Los Angeles received a $4m grant to build 70 units of affordable housing and active transportation programming. Photo from AHSC annual report

  • CARB's Low Carbon Fuel Standard could lock in fossil fuel subsidies for a long time (Earthjustice)
  • We need e-bikes as a climate and mobility solution (ITDP)
  • Twenty years of Complete Streets (Smart Growth America)
  • National League of Cities launches mapping tool to support transit improvements (Transportation Today)
  • Feds award $900m to LA area for transit expansion projects (KTLA)
  • CA could require robotaxi companies to share more data (GovTech)
  • Congress to consider funding for high-speed rail (KXAN)
  • How the US tax code drives higher transportation emissions (GreenBiz)
  • The quiet work trees do for the planet (Time)
  • Why is it so hard to build housing near transit stops? (Route Fifty)

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