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    • CA bill looking to put safety before speed is part of a nationwide trend (LA Times)
    • It took a decade, but the town of Muscoy is finally getting sidewalks (SBSun)
    • Earth Day 2021: Join the Youth Climate Summit (Teen Vogue)
    • San Bernardino chooses developer for Carousel Mall who plans to turn it into downtown hub (SBSun)
    • Santa Clarita rep Garcia joins other CA Republicans in urging feds not to fund CA High-Speed Rail (Signal SCV)
    • Californians found out what it's like to not have to commute, and don't want to go back (Mercury News)
    • All-electric cars and trucks will save bucks, but need policies to make it happen (Utility Dive)
    • Retired rail cars repurposed in Long Beach (LB Post)
    • Columnist laments California's Gas Tax (OC Register)
    • Biden’s transpo budget is a mini version of his jobs plan: money for transit and a focus on racial equity. (WaPo)

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