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    • Advancing equitable transportation (Urban Wire)
    • San Joaquin Valley transit agencies partner on a single ticket app (Government Technology)
    • New Years' Eve fatalities prompts calls for better pedestrian safety in SF (KTVU)
    • Thanks, Prop 22: Grocery stores begin replacing drivers with contractors (Knock LA)
    • Sacramento's emerging plan for homeless shelters and emergency homeless funding (Sacramento Bee)
    • Annual homeless counts are being canceled because of COVID risks (SF Chronicle)
    • COVID cases in Riverside County are setting records (Press-Enterprise)
    • Planning for the next blackouts (LA Times)
    • The new clout of environmental justice groups (KQED)
    • Op-Ed: Treat fossil fuels like nukes (LA Times)

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