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    • Pacific Grove moves to regulate e-bikes (Monterey Herald)
    • Santa Ynez Valley bicycle master plan approved (Noozhawk)
    • Angry that speed is prioritized over safety? You're not alone (T4America)
    • SCAG releases draft regional transportation plan (Antelope Valley Press)
    • Sacramento region debates what should be in its transportation sales tax ballot measure (California Globe)
    • L.A. regional partnership releases plan to electrify transportation, cut emissions (Mass Transit)
    • AVs have a tough time detecting children, especially in the dark (WCPO)
    • L.A. Metro ponders changing 405's jam-packed carpool lane into a toll lane (LA Times)
    • San Bernardino County Sheriff and city of Hesperia charged with illegally evicting black and latinx residents (LA Times)
    • San Francisco advances eviction protection measure (SF Chronicle)
    • Why Paris wants to tax Amazon (CityLab)
    • Modes of travel in the Wizard of Oz, ranked (The Verge)

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