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    • The boring old Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices is finally getting some needed attention (RollCall)
    • Bay Area girls lead campaign against harassment on transit (Bloomberg)
    • Fossil fuel tax programs to cut emissions lead to industry profit but not much climate benefit (Desmog)
    • Why jaywalking laws need to come to an end (NY Daily News)
    • BRT in San Berdoo to get $87m from feds (Daily Bulletin)
    • Caltrans awards grants for safety upgrades in Inyo, Mono counties (Sierra Wave)
    • Kern County gets money for pedestrian safety projects (KGET)
    • Oregon sues USDOT: Why did you let this awful project go ahead? (Bike Portland)
    • Smart Growth America takes a deep dive into Biden infrastructure plan
    • Myths and truths about interstate highways (The Metropole)
    • Lots of business made huge profits in 2020; Some paid $0 in fed taxes, including Salesforce (SF Chronicle)

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