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Bay Area transit rescue plan is on hold; Bus driver evacuates riders in midst of Corral fire; People want to walk in cities; More

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  • Why a Bay Area transit rescue plan is on hold (CalMatters, San Mateo Daily Journal, KQED)
  • To cut car traffic and pollution, Tahoe shuttles offer free rides (SF Gate)
  • Driver evacuates bus riders to safety amidst Corral fire (ABC10)
  • SF Muni workers could strike this summer (SF Chronicle)
  • Second lawsuit filed against I-80 Yolo Causeway project (Davis Enterprise)
  • "If there's room for 7 lanes of traffic, there's room for a sidewalk and a bike lane"; TikToker tries to navigate U.S. cities (MSN)
  • The strange villainization of the 15-minute city (The New Republic)
  • Cities using tech to "solve" parking - and make money (Route Fifty)
  • Connecticut Senator walks across the state to talk to constituents, for the eighth time (Chris Murphy)
  • A little history about fonts on freeway signs… and a long fight about them (KTLA)
  • Corporate tax breaks tend to mean nobody gets tax benefits except corporations (CalMatters)
  • After delay due to technical difficulties, cap-and-trade auction price drops (E&E News)
  • CA sides with big utilities, trimming incentives for community solar (Grist)

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