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    • Central California highway rest stops getting free fast-charge stations for EVs (Transportation Today, Patch)
    • How the coronavirus swamped California, LA (LA Times)
    • Make Black History Month meaningful for everyone this year (SF Chronicle)
    • What Outside Magazine learned from tracking bicyclist deaths in 2020
    • So Cal beach towns are cracking down on e-bike riders (The Beach Reporter)
    • What to expect from e-bike industry in 2021 (Electrek)
    • Rep. Blumenauer tries again with a bill for bike commute tax credits (Bike Portland)
    • Departments of Energy and Transportation could revolutionize transportation (Gizmodo)
    • Moving from the housing we have to the housing we need (Shelter)
    • How to build human capacity (The City Fix)
    • The arguments for Lego bike lanes (The Verge)

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