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    • New bill would fast-track sustainable transportation (SF Chronicle)
    • It makes economic sense to spend high speed rail money in the Central Valley (Air Quality Matters)
    • Travel still down in Sacramento, Stockton region (Capital Public Radio)
    • Gas tax is going up, on schedule, by 3 cents. Some look for excuses to freeze it (LA Times)
    • BART opens San Jose extension (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Fixing the post-COVID commute (Grist)
    • Corona Cycleways are a thing (NY Times)
    • Data shows no connection between transit, virus spread (The Atlantic)
    • Big gaps in data collection prevent understanding COVID's real impact on Black communities (Politico)
    • Fifty years of the Clean Air Act (Resources)
    • USDOT plans to send masks to transit agencies (Reuters)
    • Lessons from the pandemic: Valuing public transportation (Planetizen)

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