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8:41 AM PDT on May 15, 2020

    • Sacramento pursues transportation sales tax for November ballot (Sacramento Bee)
    • Long Beach figures out sidewalk dining to create safe distancing (Long Beach Post)
    • Berkeley plans to close streets for open-air restaurants (SF Eater)
    • Circulate San Diego encourages residents to ride bikes (
    • How to protect transit workers (Transit Center)
    • BART sounds alarm on finances (The Bay Link)
    • Developer of electric personal transit pods to test concept in Bay Area (Mercury News)
    • Old pedestrian bridge over San Francisco's Geary Blvd to be demolished, replaced with grade-level crossings (Curbed)
    • Governor's proposed budget cuts are deep, include climate resilience programs (CapRadio)
    • Lower revenue from cap-and-trade is likely (Yahoo)
    • L.A. residents required to wear masks (LA Times)
    • San Francisco releases guidelines for reopening businesses (SF Examiner)

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