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8:26 AM PST on November 18, 2020

    • Pasadena plans to use OTS grant for bike and pedestrian education, data collection (Patch)
    • Cities make space for skateboarders (NY Times)
    • Too late: Some regret voting for Prop 22 (Washington Post)
    • The Netherlands installs e-bike charging posts at train stations (Electrek)
    • UK government launches program to discount the price of e-bikes by as much as a third (Cycling Weekly)
    • Affordable housing grant to build project in Imperial (The Desert Review)
    • Madera breaks ground on affordable housing project (The Business Journal)
    • Solar panels in disadvantaged communities are selling power to the grid (MicroGridKnowledge)
    • Cap-and-trade creates a new, booming international market (Natural Gas Intel)
    • Biden climate plan for better, more equitable buildings (NRDC)
    • Is your city planning for Black-owned businesses? (Next City)

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