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Today’s Headlines

9:29 AM PDT on August 4, 2021

    • SLO's Bread Bike Moving Into a Storefront (Eater)
    • Best and Worst Bus Stops in S.F. (Citylab)
    • VTA, San Francisco, Say They’ve Paid for Caltrain (DailyJournal)
    • LA Metro Greenlights Pre-Development Work on Sepulveda Pass (Daily News)
    • Fountain Valley-Based Pedego Pulls in $121 Million in Sales over Past Year (Spec1)
    • Number of Vaccinated Getting a Bump as Employers Mandate Vax (Union-Trib)
    • Kaiser Orders All Employees to Get Vaxxed (SacBee)
    • Op/Ed: Don't Gut Walk/Bike Funding (SBUSA)
    • Underserved SD Neighborhoods Get More $ for Parks (Union-Trib)
    • Infrastructure Bill Includes Bump for Transit Relative to Roads (Bloomberg)
    • Provision in Bill Requires Cities and States to Consider Private Financing for Transportation (The American Prospect)

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