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8:47 AM PST on December 13, 2019

    • Oakland offers example of transit equity in action (Regional Plan Association)
    • Transit (?) leaders cheer on highway widening (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Riverside County wants to tax itself to pay for...widening highways! (Press Enterprise)
    • Richmond High trains students to build, repair, maintain e-bikes (Richmond Standard)
    • Earning an environmental diploma by bike (The Guardian)
    • CA joins other states to speed up adoption of zero emission trucks (Yubanet)
    • LA County will not buy vehicles from automakers who oppose CA waiver on emissions standards (Courthouse News)
    • Proposed ban on Chinese-made electric vehicles could threaten jobs in California (Forbes)
    • Mobility trends for 2020 (Connect)
    • Many renters who face eviction owe very little (NY Times)

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