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    • LA (and CA) transportation systems have always prioritized single-occupant private vehicles. That must change (The Source)
    • California transit agencies request emergency funding (Mass Transit)
    • How to make equity a priority (Urban Wire)
    • Best practices for mobility in response to the pandemic (Eltis)
    • Shoup: It's time for LA to try congestion pricing (CityLab)
    • Berkeley celebrates new bike lanes, 20 years ahead of schedule (Bike East Bay)
    • COVID changes SF commuting (North Bay Business Journal)
    • People still believe gas taxes are diverted from roads--that's false (Mercury News)
    • As people drive less, toll roads raise less moola for local projects (Washington Post)
    • CA's 2020 ballot measures are mostly do-overs (CalMatters)
    • Life without shelter during a pandemic (SF Chronicle)
    • University of California names Dr. Michael Drake as first Black president (SF Chronicle)

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