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    • E-bikes can be an affordable way to reach climate goals (CalMatters)
    • OCTA plans to use state funding for fare reduction programs and battery electric pilot (Mass Transit)
    • LA Metro exploring plan for free transit (LA Times)
    • Albertson's begins replacing heavy-duty diesel trucks with electric semis (Fast Company)
    • Ontario partners with Tesla to bring charging stations downtown (Daily Bulletin)
    • Study: Airlines claim carbon offsets offer carbon neutrality, but it's only hot air (Transport & Environment)
    • Design public spaces for teen girls (Bloomberg)
    • Empty malls to become housing? (AP)
    • "Decade-old" project to "unclog" the "worst bottleneck" - highway widening gets funding (Marin Independent Journal)
    • I-710 widening isn't dead yet (LA Times)
    • CTC chair responds to LA Times complaint about high gas prices, slow road repairs

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