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    • Expand bike lane network for more inclusive cities (The Conversation)
    • Some neighborhoods don't want "slow streets" (Government Technology)
    • CPUC approves autonomous taxi fare collection (Clean Technica)
    • Culver CityBus wins "Transit Agency of the Year" (Patch)
    • Santa Barbara finds another reason to freak out about bike share kiosks (Noozhawk)
    • Can cap-and-trade address environmental justice? (Yes!)
    • Riverside County to run all buses on clean hydrogen (Patch)
    • Planned student housing needs to consider induced traffic and bike, pedestrian access (Napa Valley Register)
    • MTC drops idea of mandatory telecommuting - will require employers to help lessen car commutes (NBC)
    • Cambridge to require carbon emission warning labels on gas pumps (Gizmodo, NBC)
    • Empty roads, speeding, and impaired driving lead to rising traffic fatalities (Orange County Register)
    • CA COVID cases tripled last month (LA Times)
    • CA approves emergency workplace safety rules for COVID (KQED, CalMatters, Sacramento Bee)
    • Some "essential" workers are exempt from stay-at home orders - including Tesla workforce?? (Interesting Engineering)

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