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CA NOT on track to meet climate goals; It's quite impossible to trace the spending of transportation tax dollars; Work from home does not lead to less driving; More

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  • Analysis: California is not on track to meet climate goals (CalMatters)
  • It's nearly impossible to understand how transportation tax money is spent (Transportation 4 America)
  • San Diego, National City among recipients of Reconnecting Communities grants (KPBS)
    • California can do so much more to reconnect communities (NRDC)
  • Santa Monica discovers, again, that free parking does not benefit businesses, even at the holidays (Santa Monica Next)
  • San Diego lawmakers seek to limit Coastal Commission's power to block housing, transportation (KPBS)
  • Culver City to move forward with affordable housing/transit application, despite councilmembers' hesitation over bike lanes (Westside Voice)
  • More on California's new Transportation Equity Index (GovTech)
  • Working from home does not lead to less driving (SSTI)
  • A quick take on the discussion around CARB's Low Carbon Fuels Standard (
  • National strategy for zero emission freight infrastructure is being formed (Spectrum)

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