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    • Oakland Votes to Keep Protected Bike Lanes (SFChron)
    • Fox LA Looks at Security Costs for Caltrans to Keep Guarding Empty Houses on 710 Corridor
    • Mask Mandate Back at State Capitol (SacBee)
    • Kingsburg Councilmember Faces Recall, DUI Charge (Fresno Bee)
    • CicLAvia , LA's Open Streets Festival, Returns This Year (LATBiking in L.A.)
    • Economists Correct Pols, Highway Funding Doesn't Help Economies in the Long-Term (Political Wire)
    • OpEd: In Era of Climate Change, Would Be Foolish to Expand Highways in Central Valley (Fresno Bee)
    • Funding for Transit, Electric Vehicles Cut Back from Biden Plan to "Compromise" (WaPo)
    • San Diego Creates Website to Help Consumers Navigate E-Vehicle Market (Union-Tribune)

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