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8:25 AM PDT on August 18, 2020

    • The politics of the bike shortage (NY Times)
    • Lots of people are still riding transit (Bloomberg)
    • Transit cuts are felt deepest in low-income areas (NY Times)
    • Five car companies sign on to California emission standards - but not General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, or Toyota (CalMatters)
    • Be afraid of climate change - and act accordingly (Heated)
    • Life as a truck driver during a pandemic (Las Cruces Sun News)
    • Money from Volkswagen fraud settlement will build electric trucks (Transport Topics)
    • Congressmembers demand answers about DMV sale of personal information (Sacramento Observer)

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