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    • Caltrans adopts action plan to increase walking and biking (SCV News)
    • Muni expects to lose many bus lines permanently (SF Chronicle)
    • Is it safe to get back on the bus? Transit agencies are figuring it out (SF Chronicle)
    • Riders are worried (World Economic Forum)
    • How to make a bike-friendly city (Popular Science)
    • Caltrans adds solar-powered charging stations along central coast highway (Transportation Today)
    • Three key takeaways from House Climate Crisis Action plan (NRDC)
    • Bay Area backyard cottages are booming, with a boost from COVID (SF Chronicle)
    • At least roadkill is decreasing (The Atlantic)
    • Uber, which has never made a profit, buys Postmates with lots of... stock (Bloomberg)
    • Lyft's driverless cars are back on the road in Palo Alto (Digital Trends)
    • San Diego company plans an autonomous freight network (Vox)

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