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    • Evictions are happening, despite "moratorium" (CalMatters)
    • Again, court rules that Uber, Lyft drivers are employees (Transport Topics)
      • Judge loses patience with Uber, Lyft "nonsense" (LA Times)
    • Legislative Analyst's Office warning: Coastal cities, prepare for sea level rise now (Capitol Weekly)
    • Vehicle traffic rebounding; transit ridership, not so much (Progressive Railroading)
    • San Diego's new perspective on transit (Mass Transit)
    • 95-year-old "Bicycle Bob" hits 100,000 miles on his bike (KSBY)
    • Scenes from Oakland's first day of online school (Oaklandside)
    • Lafayette again postpones a decision on housing development (SF Chronicle)
    • Farmworkers worry about retaliation for talking about COVID concerns (Modesto Bee)
    • Simon Cowell crash raises concerns about e-bike safety, but that was no e-bike, sir (TreeHugger)

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