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    • CalBike welcomes new Senate Transportation Chair Friedman
    • Why everyone should care about public transit (Resilience)
    • Transit has been underfunded for a long time (Vox)
    • Mass transit is in jeopardy, and so are cities (Wired)
    • Burlingame adopts new bike and pedestrian plan (Daily Journal)
    • BART will no longer issue paper tickets (SF Gate)
    • CA to Uber: pay up, give us your sexual assault data, or get out (SF Chronicle)
    • Mary Nichols' embrace of cap-and-trade - called for by law - may sink her chance to head USEPA (NY Times)
    • Republicans in Congress are trying to use pandemic to undo worker protections (LA Times)
    • Biden wins. Again (AP)
    • Community sues to prevent warehouse in Upland until proper EIR (Daily Bulletin)

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