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    • Protestors hold "die-in" over lack of hotel rooms for unsheltered people (SF Chronicle)
    • Modoc County might lift stay-at-home order today (LA Times)
    • Newsom: Close the beaches. Huntington Beach: No! (LA Times)
    • Cities don't increase coronavirus risk (Public Square)
    • Other factors do, including economic hardship (ProPublica)
    • Can commuter rail recover? (CityLab)
    • Solano Transportation Authority receives state grant for train stations, bus hub, more (Daily Republic)
    • California's new clean truck rules will reduce pollution (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • Policy options for phasing out oil and gas production in California (Green Car Congress)
    • France is paying for bike repairs to promote cycling post-lockdown (WKZO)
    • Paris, Brussels, other cities look to bikes (Politico)

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