Concerns were raised about continuing to invest in car infrastructure, but project list was approved anyway. Also: S.B. 1 brings economic development, jobs; Active Transportation Program gets some love; Equity Advisory Roundtable is almost full.
After all, pollution doesn't always stay in one region
Drivers value their access to a private vehicle more than three times as much during the pandemic as they did before COVID-19. But we can change that.
Done right, automated traffic enforcement can alleviate bias (Smart Cities Dive) CA environmental groups object to idea of CARB chair Mary Nichols heading up US EPA (KQED) Politico profiles Nichols How environmental justice can return to US EPA (High Country News) Toxic pollution from tires may be killing salmon (SF Chronicle) Biden could ensure all […]
New regulations bring California a few steps closer to realizing the sustainable, equitable, and safe transition to an automated vehicle future, but there are caveats.
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