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    • Major Redesign of Artesia Boulevard Through Gateway Cities, Long Beach (LBPost)
    • Can Americans Learn to Love Transit? (Governing)
    • S.F. Best City to go Carless? (NYTimes)
    • Mayor Breed Makes Parklet’s Permanent (SFChron)
    • Mask Mandates, Delta Variants, What You Need to Know (SacBee)
    • California Sees Small Increase in Vaccine Appointments (LAT)
    • Mexican Consulate Gets DUI in Fresno, Doesn't Use Immunity (Fresno Bee)
    • If Dems. Vote, Newsom Wins. If Not....(LAT)
    • From SBUSA: A bipartisan group of senators have a deal on an infrastructure bill. The final numbers, according to NPR, are: $110 billion for roads and bridges, $11 billion for street safety, $39 billion for transit, $66 billion for rail and $7.5 billion for electric vehicle chargers.

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