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    • Study: Rising pedestrian deaths due to darkness, speeding, wide roads, big vehicles (SSTI)
    • Experts: Now is the time to discuss new transportation policies (UC Davis)
    • Europe's pop-up bikeways during COVID could bring $3 billion in annual health benefits (Forbes)
    • Uber and Lyft are thinking about a franchise model, to get around the law (NY Times)
    • Northern California holds its breath (LA Times)
    • Ways to conserve energy, keep it clean (LA Times)
    • Solar energy storage is crucial (SF Chronicle)
    • Hmmm.... Californians were able to cut energy use to avoid blackouts (Merced Sun Star)
    • Measuring mask compliance (LA Times)
    • Six-story development proposed in downtown San Luis Obispo (Tribune)
    • San Francisco landlords may be willing to lower rent (SF Chronicle)
    • That self-driving bike? MIT is working on it (Autoevolution)

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