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    • Bus drivers are at risk, and worried (LA Times)
    • Transit faces an existential crisis (CalMatters)
    • Highway construction on a fast track right now, but falling gas tax revenue may bring them to a halt (Wired, USA Today)
    • Civil liberties under COVID (Journalist's Resource)
    • CA Assembly reconvenes (LA Times)
    • Yuba, Sutter, Modoc counties let businesses reopen (LA Times)
    • London takes steps to give pedestrians and bikes more room, keep traffic down once lockdown lifts (Inews)
    • Trains, planes, cargo ships: How the lockdown is affecting the cargo industry (Politico)
    • Energy traders accused of colluding to drive up gas prices (LA Times, Sierra Sun Times)

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