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    • Two neighboring cities - Oakland and Berkeley - have very different notions of what makes a "complete street" (Systemic Failure)
    • What would it take to provide every city with high-quality, zero-emission public transit? It's achievable (Urban Wire)
    • Bay Area transit advocates push to use capital funds to save transit jobs (Mass Transit)
    • People want public transit and are willing to support it (Pew)
    • The "third wave" of micromobility (Metro)
    • General Motors drops fight with California over clean car standards (CalMatters, Transport Topics)
    • Big retail is making huge profits during COVID, but their employees not much (Brookings)
    • States have to keep fighting on climate, even with new federal administration (E&E News)
    • Lots of people's mortgage payments are late (Daily News)
    • Californians who might be tapped for Biden's cabinet (Capitol Weekly)

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