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Gen Z has fewer drivers, and cities aren't ready; Remote work has changed travel patterns; CA exploring solar panels over aqueduct; More

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  • Gen Z has fewer drivers and cities are not ready (Remain Places)
  • Has remote work changed travel in the US? Yes - especially affecting public transit (MIT News)
  • Highway 37 gets federal funds for widening in the name of "climate resilience" (PR Newswire)
  • Old BART cars being used for homes, shops, training (Mercury News)
  • Why did Antelope Valley Transit Authority abruptly cancel services on some EV buses? (KTLA)
  • Disneyland needs to make the move to electric, yesterday (LA Times)
  • Introducing the potential future Great Redwood Trail along the northern California coast (LA Times)
  • State is researching putting solar panels over the California aqueduct (Courthouse News)
  • It took Salt Lake City police a long time to notice that a series of hit-and-runs weren't "accidents" (Salt Lake City Tribune)

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