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    • Can e-bikes REALLY replace cars? (SF Chronicle)
    • E-scooter injuries "soar" with rise in e-scooter trips (SF Chronicle)
    • SANDAG approves $90 million for Regional Bikeway Program (Del Mar Times)
    • CA attorney general, CARB accuse Moreno Valley of sidestepping CEQA to approve huge warehouse project (Press Enterprise)
    • Newsom's budget includes "ambitious climate plan" (Capital Public Radio)
    • SF Exploratorium uses king tide to talk about effects of sea level rise (SF Chronicle)
    • Trump seeking to exempt some pipelines, highways from environmental review (LA Times)
    • LA taxis took a hit with Uber, Lyft (NY Times)
    • Customs rules that e-bikes are exempt from tariffs on Chinese imports (Bicycle Retailer)
    • How Oakland's environmental justice movement transformed California's regulatory culture on climate change (Green Biz)
    • Comment period on SCAG's 25-year transportation plan now open (Champion News)
      • As is comment period for Riverside's "traffic relief plan" (Patch)
    • Study: San Luis Obispo students still like to drive (Gov Tech)

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