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    • Remembering Marty Wachs (Eno Center for Transportation)
    • LADOT publishes its first official count of biking and walking (Mass Transit)
    • It would be a mistake to cede streets back to cars (The Atlantic)
    • Electric bikes can replace cars, save people a LOT of money - here's an example (Electrek)
    • Bicycles have "disrupted" French cities (Eltis)
    • Bringing Bay Area transit under one umbrella (RT&S)
    • Climate emergency is giving California the opportunity to change (Mercury News)
    • Lessons from California's climate policies (American Progress)
    • Inyo and Kern counties install EV fast-charging stations (Caltrans)
    • Natural Resources Agency announces $28m in urban greening projects (Lake County News)
    • First France, now Germany curtailing flights in favor of rail travel (APNews)
    • Top climate leaders will participate in "sustainability conference" sponsored by Big Oil (Heated)

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