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    • L.A.'s Transit Ridership Slow To Bounce Back (KCRW)
    • Bike/Ped Safety Upgrades Near Future Irvington BART (MercNews)
    • More on Permanent Slow Streets  in the Bay (SFGate)
    • Newsom Might Actually Lose This Thing (Union-Tribune)
    • Dixie Fire Is One of Cali's Biggest Wildfires Ever, and Growing (SacBee)
    • More on Upcoming Muni Service Changes (MassTransit)
    • California Could Get Billions in Infrastructure Deal (SFChron)
    • Biden Order: Half of New Cars EV's by 2030 (SacBee)
    • Infrastructure Bill First Time R's and D's Acknowledged Climate Change and Plight of Underserved Communities. (New York Times)

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