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Bike lanes on Reseda Blvd were hard-fought; CAHSRA approves EIR for Burbank to Palmdale, shares station designs; NY will pay a high price for canceling congestion pricing plan; More

Rendering of Bakersfield high-speed rail station. Image: CAHSRA

  • Nine Caltrans employees receive medals of valor, most for dramatic rescues of endangered motorists (Caltrans)
  • A little history on how hard it was to get those bike lanes on Reseda (Biking in LA)
  • CA High-Speed Authority approves EIR for Burbank to Palmdale section (CAHSRA)
  • High-speed rail state designs shared at open houses (RT&S)
  • History of Santa Rosa's transit system (Press Democrat)
  • LA Metro plans to move ahead with its own police force and end current law enforcement contracts (KTLA, LA Times)
  • The costs of canceling the NY congestion pricing plan:
  • The ten most important U.S. environmental laws (Legal Planet)
  • Tesla ordered to curb its factory emissions in Fremont (Mercury News)
  • CARB rules will phase out fossil-fueled forklifts in California
  • Ukraine war drove up gas prices in Germany, led to a lot more people biking (Science Direct)

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