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8:30 AM PST on February 9, 2021

    • Interview with Buttigieg (Axios)
    • How far you can get in 15 minutes travel time, per mode (Public Square)
    • LA Times beats up the High Speed Rail Program for wanting to spend bond money that was set aside for High Speed Rail program
    • Santa Cruz County votes on option for short rail line (Mass Transit)
    • Turlock installs air cleaners in its bus fleet to fight COVID (Traffic Technology Today)
    • Automakers really don't want to give up their giant profits on SUVs (LA Times)
    • Is Northern California ready for shift to electric vehicles? (North Bay Business Journal)
    • People buy electric vehicles but don't drive them as much as their gas cars (Utility Dive)
    • Denver's experiment with sending mental health professionals instead of police: Successful (USA Today)
    • Sea level rise could push up long-buried toxins in your garden (NPR)
    • How state legislation is overcoming local resistance to building housing (LA Times)

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