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Today’s Headlines

8:31 AM PDT on October 5, 2020

    • Last batch of new trolley cars arrives in San Diego (Times of San Diego)
    • Why didn't Newsom's recent executive order address oil drilling? (LA Progressive)
    • Garden Grove will shut down its bike and pedestrian trail to make improvements (OC Breeze)
    • Alameda County approves shifting $400m for new Valley Link rail from jettisoned BART extension (Patch)
    • Kern County makes plans to work on highway, get public input on biking and walking (Antelope Valley Press)
    • Tamika Butler addresses the bike industry (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Newsom signs bill to study extraction of lithium - needed for solar batteries - in California (Green Car Congress)

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