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Bike to Work Day may have been postponed, but today can still be Bike to Wherever (with proper safe distancing) Day

    • Bicycling is "exploding" across the U.S. (The Guardian)
    • CTC allocates $247m to speed up, accommodate more traffic on I-5 through Santa Clarita (The Signal)
    • L.A. Metro needs to keep adjusting its COVID response (Transit Center)
    • Cases of infection remain high, as long as people can't - and some who won't - stay home (LA Times)
    • Contract tracing needs technology but also human power (CityLab)
    • Those oil tankers off the coast of Southern California may be idling, but they're still polluting the air (Grist)
    • Governor Newsom to release state budget revision today; no one expects good news (Capitol Weekly)

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