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Happy Holidays, Streetsblog readers. We're taking a break, but will keep an eye on California goings-on for you.

    • The U.S. wasn't equipped for this year's bike boom, because planners ignored bikes for a century (Business Insider)
    • What is the future of remote work and traffic? (Mercury News)
    • The story of Ron Diridon, the "father" of the Silicon Valley's transit system (San Jose Spotlight)
    • Some new traffic laws taking effect in the new year (Tahoe Daily Tribune)
    • California is not hemorrhaging people (LA Times)
    • Southern California's bad air is getting worse, and things have to change - including warehousing industry (LA Times)
    • Kids lead the effort to clean up trash (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • That's the way the cookie crumbles: San Francisco's "mysterious" gingerbread monolith is gone (Sacramento Bee)

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