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    • CA Governor signs law exempting sustainable transportation from CEQA (SF Chronicle)
    • Electric cargo bikes are already replacing trucks in cities (Electrek)
    • E-bike subsidies would empower people to use cars less (Kinder Rice)
    • China to begin piloting autonomous taxis in busy cities (Fast Company)
    • Localism matters in a crisis (Strong Towns)
    • COVID's impact on traffic, revenues, and operations of toll roads: they down (Transportation Today)
    • A look at LA Metro's long-range transportation plan (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Assemblymember Frazier plans to introduce a bill to stop wildfires (East County Today)
    • Study: California is among most dangerous places for children traveling in cars (Business Wire)
    • Evictions are going to be really really bad (Slate)
    • Small businesses are really suffering (Berkeleyside)

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