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Transit improvements in LA, SF Bay Area; Money for regional ghg-reducing projects, but tight deadlines; Tariffs on Chinese-made bikes and parts about to hit; More

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  • Governor Newsom and legislators are deciding California's budget behind closed doors (CalMatters)
  • AC Transit proposed bus schedule update has bus drivers worried about bathroom breaks (Berkeleyside)
  • LA Metro aims to increase service on these routes (Daily News)
  • There's a lot of federal money available for regional projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and its tight deadlines are forcing quick turnarounds (KneeDeep Times)
  • Tariffs on Chinese-made bikes and parts about to hit (Politico)
  • CA is planning to ban new diesel trucks, so why did they add 1,000 of them at LA and Long Beach ports? (LA Times)
  • Coastal Commission responds with ad hominen attacks to report about racially segregated results of its housing policies (Sacramento Bee)
  • Report: Affirmatively furthering fair housing in California local plans (Taylor & Francis)

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