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    • Bay Area transit agencies are hanging by a thread (SF Chronicle)
    • Bus lanes solve many things (US PIRG)
    • LA Metro CEO to head Biden transition team for transportation (LA Times)
    • Not just electric! Legislators want some flexibility in Governor's push for clean vehicles (H2)
    • Wouldn't it be great if cars had speed limiters? But no - that's only for e-bikes in the EU (The Verge)
    • San Ramon considers a bike/ped bridge along the Iron Horse trail (Danville San Ramon)
    • New Palo Alto garage: who gets to park there? Local employees left hanging (Palo Alto Online)
    • Long Beach gets state grant for bicycle education, programs (Signal Tribune)
    • Palo Alto to extend car-free zones through May (Palo Alto Online)
    • After Prop 22, who's still covered by A.B. 5? (Wired)
    • How your area's climate will change: this app will tell you (Phys.org)

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