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    • With COVID, there are more cyclists: How cities can keep people on their bikes (The Conversation)
    • Do you porch? (Curbed)
    • CARB votes today on rules to accelerate adoption of electric trucks (Forbes)
    • Clean transportation investments would help put people back to work (Daily News)
    • CA needs better development, better transportation decisions (Capitol Weekly)
    • Study: CA clean energy policies mainly benefit the rich (LA Times)
    • Federal "opportunity zones" are not opportunities for Black people (PEW)
    • AB5 is about you, Uber and Lyft, says CA lawsuit (The Verge)
    • No more Segways?! (BBC)
    • San Diego considers "mobility choices" in new housing, taking focus off car parking (NRDC)
    • If 95% of people wore masks, many lives could be saved (Sacramento Bee)

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