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7:57 AM PDT on April 26, 2021

    • CA bills on automated speed enforcement slow down (LA Times)
    • COVID's impacts on cycling (Taylor&Francis)
    • Pandemic could end car dependence, if we choose (The Conversation)
    • San Diego needs bikeways (Times of San Diego)
    • First, commit to climate goals (Daily Californian)
    • Tactics have evolved, but the fight against necessary climate policy goes on (The Hill)
    • USDOT allows CA to set emission standards again (Governing)
    • Newsom takes up a ban on fracking (NPR)
    • No malarkey: CA high-speed rail needs Amtrak Joe (
    • San Diego's "Grand Central Station" moves forward (Mass Transit)
    • San Francisco accelerates plans for carbon neutrality (Governing)
    • Explaining environmental racism: Ten examples (Yes!)
    • The purposefulness of aimless walking (Dawn)
    • No such thing as a "low-skill" worker - the label devalues people and their work (Route Fifty)

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