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8:42 AM PDT on October 16, 2020

    • US Forest Service is updating e-bike guidelines, seeks input (Bicycle Retailer)
    • New pedestrian guide for urban planners (Intelligent Transport)
    • Bicycle coalition installs hundreds of bike racks around Lake Tahoe (Tahoe Daily Tribune)
    • Pandemic shutdowns cause lasting carbon dioxide decline (UC Irvine)
    • Even with less driving, traffic deaths went up (Curbed)
    • Climate change is wreaking havoc with the power grid (LA Times)
    • California Energy Commission approves funds for zero-emission transportation projects (Green Car Congress)
    • California climate investments tackle food waste (YubaNet)
    • Cities aim to remove police from psychiatric emergency calls (NPR)
    • Investing in Neighborhood Safety Offices (American Progress)
    • Oversight commission calls for LA Sheriff to resign (LA Times)
    • What we learned from CARES act benefits: not a "waste" and not an incentive for laziness (Chicago Policy Review)
    • Rich cities will be alright (Washington Post)
    • The tenants who evicted their landlord (NY Times)
    • California has had only a 70% response rate to US Census (KTLA)

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