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8:38 AM PDT on October 29, 2020

    • High Speed Rail completes fourth key structure - first in Kern County. Video: (CAHSRA)
    • US doubles e-bike imports, and it isn't enough (Electrek)
    • Bike advocates' role in seeking safe streets for all (Bicycling)
    • See video about Connect Beverly Hills, a streetscape project at Wilshire and La Cienega
    • Foothill Transit keeps rolling (LAist)
    • School buses: Wifi hotspots and student artwork (School Transportation News)
    • San Francisco officials want to slow speeding drivers (CBS)
    • Market Street bike lanes dropped from long-agreed-upon plans (SF Examiner)
    • Equity requires better access to transit (WTOP)
    • Report: "Explosive growth" in renewable energy across the country (Environmental Leader)
    • Pandemic is paving the way for participatory transit planning (Grist)
    • The real lowdown on "ballot harvesting" (CalMatters)
    • Federal judge orders US Post Office to step it up for the election (LA Times)
    • These appear to be local news websites - but they are not (Sacramento Bee)

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