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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM PST on March 5, 2021

    • Save the Date! Bike to Wherever Day is moving back to May (21, 2021) (Daily Republic)
    • Transit agencies looking to develop their real estate (Fast Company)
    • Car and motorcycle companies are now making e-bikes (NY Times)
      • Including a "ridiculously priced" one from Porsche (The Verge)
    • Petaluma's ban on new gas stations might be the first in the nation (Times Union)
    • Car safety rating program is useless (Vice)
    • Stockton's experiment with Universal Basic Income worked really well (NPR)
    • Forty percent of vaccine doses are being held for most vulnerable people (KOB4)
    • Diversity in the courts: Judges are still mostly white and male (CalMatters)

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