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    • UC Berkeley forges ahead with major long-range plan; city objects to short timeline for input during pandemic (Berkeleyside)
    • Bay Area counties will soon require face masks (SF Chronicle)
    • L.A. County already does (LA Times)
    • Trains, buses struggle to cope with coronavirus (SF Chronicle)
    • Racial disparities: Black people dying from coronavirus at twice the rate as whites (SF Chronicle, Sacramento Bee)
    • People in Sacramento aren't showing up to be tested (Sacramento Bee)
    • Parking isn't free--maintenance, operations, debt service--so even with empty BART parking lots you still have to pay (SF Chronicle)
    • Bike-riding dinosaur cheers residents stuck at home, alarms dogs (Press Democrat)
    • LA automates more ped signals and adjusts signal timing to slow cars (KTLA)
    • Berkeley, Emeryville automate pedestrian signals (SF Gate)
    • Beaches, parks, trails in SoCal: What's open, what's closed (LA Times)

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Philadelphia Demands More Than ‘Flex-Post’ Protected Bike Lanes After Motorist Kills Cyclist

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Monday’s Headlines

Caltrain's electric trains to start limited weekend service soon; San Diego gets "tap-to-pay"; SF drivers demand "respect"; More

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Advocates Share What It Takes to Fight Highway Expansions in Court 

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