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    • Public transit during the pandemic (WRCB) and afterwards (Haas)
    • U.S. government seems to think it's okay for pedestrians to die (Vice)
    • Truck drivers face risks (LA Times)
    • Bay Area extends stay-at-home orders through May (LA Times)
    • L.A. coronavirus cases are still going up (LA Times)
    • Homeless moving into empty Caltrans-owned homes run into problems (Pasadena Weekly)
    • Perils of working from home: Planning commissioner resigns after questionable behavior on Zoom (SF Chronicle)
    • More bike products get tariff exclusions (Bicycle Retailer)
    • A bike shop in Redding is busy (KRCR)
    • Colorado, Nevada join California, Oregon, and Washington in battle against coronavirus (Idaho News)
    • Quiet traffic means opportunity to do major roadwork on L.A. freeway (U.S. News)
    • Spike in speeding citations (The Union, NBC)
    • We need distributed density (TreeHugger)
    • Strong Towns declares the end of the suburban experiment

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