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People hate car-free cities, until they live in one; FHWA has some spare change for bike/ped projects; How CEQA can hamper electric rail; More

A photoshopped rendering of an electric Caltrain. Image: Bay Rail Alliance

  • People hate the idea of a car-free city, until they live in one (Wired)
  • FHWA has $45m for projects to improve bike and pedestrian safety (Traffic Technology Today)
  • Why is it so hard to get a speed hump in LA? (LA Times)
  • A national approach to transit (Reece Martin)
  • How environmental rules can hamper electric rail (Californians for Electric Rail)
  • Biden touts high-speed rail between CA and Las Vegas (LA Times)
  • Capitalism can't solve climate change (Time)
  • CARB's Low Carbon Fuel Standards and the mirage of biofuels (Random Lengths News)
  • Newsom, legislative leaders announce budget agreement (Sacramento Bee, CalMatters)
  • BART Inspector General finds 3 employees who claimed to work but never did (SF Chronicle)
  • State agencies will no longer report telework data (Sacramento Bee)
  • More on agreement with automaker on CA clean-car rules (Politico)

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