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8:16 AM PDT on July 10, 2020

    • Transit's fiscal emergency is a "four-alarm fire" (Transit Center)
    • Why do American cities waste so much space on cars? (NY Times)
    • CA High-Speed Rail Authority releases draft environmental report for northern segment (Railway Age)
    • Environmental movement can't ignore environmental racism any more (Time)
    • Uber recruited allies in its data battle against cities by pretending to be an advocacy organization (Wired)
    • E-assist bike-share coming to San Gabriel Valley (Daily Bulletin)
    • Berkeley breaks ground on ambitious homeless, affordable housing project (Berkeleyside)
    • Alameda County to lease hotels for homeless housing, adding more to what was a state contract (Berkeleyside)
    • Carnegie Hall got a bailout, but not your favorite food cart (Bloomberg)
    • Transportation innovation sped up our lives; at what cost? (Planetizen)

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