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8:21 AM PDT on March 22, 2021

    • How COVID has affected Santa Barbara's State Street (Edhat)
    • With third batch of federal aid, L.A. Metro now says it will restore service cuts.... by September (LAist)
    • Driver seriously injures bike rider; city claims lack of money prevents safer street design (Berkeleyside)
    • Buttigieg says Biden plan will usher in a new transportation era (Transport Topics)
    • New York's proposal for congestion pricing being watched by cities around the country (Politico)
    • Tesla's "full self-driving" beta is anything but - and it's dangerous (Road and Track)
    • Podcast: A look at the supply-chain "meltdown" in Southern California (Supply Chain Brain)
    • Shifting freight flow patterns will affect trucking, rail as ports strain to keep up with U.S. demand for consumer goods (Freight Waves)
    • Rising seas, bigger fires are endangering CA parks (Jefferson Public Radio)
    • Developer proposes converting Marin County mall into housing (SF Chronicle)

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