Today’s Headlines

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  • California agencies approve:
  • California is already dealing with sea level rise (Capitol Weekly)
  • Cities facing biggest climate risks are the least prepared (City Lab)
  • Federal transportation policy bill, from environment committee, maintains focus on highways–and cars (Transportation for America)
  • Housing Twitter is kinda shouty (Fast Company)
  • Rich guy helps downtown St. Louis while razing black St. Louis (City Lab)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Greener, more compact, more affordable: What would U.S. cities look like if we took climate change seriously? (Sightline)
  • Everyone is going too fast to see the easy safety solutions (SF Chronicle)
  • Lompoc mayor hosts a community bike ride (KEYT)
  • It should be easy to take public transit to the beach (CityLab)
  • The contributions of the beach cruiser (CityLab)
  • Some bike lanes are better than others, according to an insurance industry report. (Forbes)
  • CA needs more rail connections (Air Quality Matters)
  • Does Shafter’s air pollution debate expose an “ideological divide,” or industry propaganda? (Bakersfield.com)
  • Climate change becomes a profit-making industry (Scientific American)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Renewable energy can generate billions in health benefits (The Verge)
  • Scooters are being redlined out of low-income neighborhoods (LA Times)
  • E-bikes make biking possible for more people, including seniors (Camas Post-Record)
  • UPS has been delivering via autonomous trucks between Phoenix and Tucson for months (Gizmodo)
  • This Oakland city planner has ideas about making public outreach meaningful (CityLab)
  • Governor Newsom talks housing in San Francisco (SF Chronicle)
  • CTC awards money for repair of Richmond San Rafael Bridge; no mention of bike path (Marin Independent Journal)
  • Can California give up cars? (CALmatters)
  • The YIMBY group that’s suing cities for not approving housing (NextCity)

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