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Road project leaves Half Moon Bay residents without access; Kern County residents concerned about a carbon capture plan; Who works from home in the Bay Area? More

  • We need to make cities less car-dependent (Scientific American)
  • No city is a traffic island (ITS International)
  • We don't see what climate change is doing to us (NY Times)
  • Half Moon Bay residents find road project leaves pedestrians with no access (San Mateo Daily Journal)
  • CA can't stop Highway 1 from crumbling into the sea (LA Times)
  • Dodger fans react to gondola proposal (Spectrum)
  • UCLA transit pass programs 2023: reduced emissions, improved accessibility (UCLA)
  • Kern County residents raise concerns about experimental carbon capture plan (CalMatters)
  • California's electricity is inextricably linked to rural red state coal towns (LA Times)
  • Santa Cruz transportation commissioners, county supes spar over budget, state grant for coastal rail trail (Santa Cruz Local)
  • Report: who works from home in the Bay Area? (BayLink)

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