Today’s Headlines

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  • How states could “unlock” hundreds of billions in transit funding (Transit Center)
  • Digging into reasons behind the spike in pedestrian deaths (Popular Science)
  • CalBike says: Thank you, but biking and walking need more funding
  • Sacramento Region plans extensive bike trail network (Sacramento Bee)
  • Court ruling prioritizing rail use complicates plan to build North Coast trail (Mercury News)
  • Feeling the heat? (IPCC)
  • No one gets water in this drought (CalMatters)
  • Oh don’t you worry: those leaking oil wells in Bakersfield have been “sealed” (LA Times)
  • San Diego’s homeless count is rising (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Hundreds more Oaklanders are living in cars and RVs (Oaklandside)

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  • Today is Bike to Wherever Day in the Bay Area (Bay Link)
  • How to get started biking (Wired)
  • Berkeley to test out scooter rentals (Berkeleyside)
  • EV registrations are rising (USA Today)
  • Climate change is a problem to deal with (IPCC)
  • CA Transportation Commission allocates money to transportation projects (GoldRushCam)
  • Florida built roads, destroyed natural habitat, and we’re all going to pay the price (Current Affairs)
  • Biden calls off oil and gas leases in Alaska and Gulf of Mexico — but not for the climate (Grist)

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  • San Diego celebrates Bike to Work day today (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • How to be a car-free bike-riding fun-haver in Los Angeles (LA Times)
  • We’ve come a long way: BART loves bikes
  • Active transportation bills to watch in CA this week (CalBike)
  • Another CA bill to provide more school buses (KCRA)
  • For years, Uber and Lyft subsidized rides to eliminate competition. Now, a reckoning (Slate)
  • News organizations need to do a better job reporting car crashes (Slate)
  • Uber Eats launches autonomous deliveries in Santa Monica (Motional)
  • Even this political body had to admit that climate change is a big problem (IPCC)
  • Feds give CA more time to decide whether to keep nuclear reactor in service (Reuters)
  • The paradox of air conditioning (Vox)

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  • Traffic deaths are spiking (AP, NHTSA)
  • How to make cities safer for e-bikes (Bloomberg)
  • As traffic fatalities rise, Boyle Heights gets crosswalks (Spectrum)
  • Broad coalition asks Fresno to put off transportation sales tax measure renewal until investment plan can be improved (Fresno Bee)
  • Study: Affordable housing at TODs is the best way to support transit (HUD)
  • BART looks back 50 years to its earliest days
  • Report: How to overcome barriers preventing low-income people from adopting EVs (Ethan Elkind)
  • City of Alameda considers piloting a universal basic income program (Local News Matters)
  • Play the “spend the surplus” game (CalMatters)
  • CA might eliminate late fees that add hundreds of dollars to traffic fines (Local News Matters)
  • Urban wildlife crossings are a thing in California (New Yorker)
  • Don’t forget about climate change (IPCC)
  • The Netherlands has some ideas for adapting to sea level rise (Independent)
  • India used to know how to build to keep out the heat (Time)

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