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    • Will 2021 be the year California moves ahead on transportation? (Willits News)
    • Bill to ban fracking bill headed to its first hearing (KQED)
    • CA high-speed rail program hopeful over Biden infrastructure plan (Capitol Weekly)
    • Chaotic Berkeley intersection to get a double roundabout (Berkeleyside)
    • BART makes plans to resume night service, add more trains (Local News)
    • Bay Area traffic is back in full force (SF Chronicle)
    • Salesforce keeps remote-work option, but will reopen its San Francisco offices soon (Mercury News)
    • Watsonville disappointed by region's rejection of passenger rail plan (Good Times)
    • "Good design" has been ruining cities (Slate)

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