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    • Hundreds protest reopening of Great Highway in SF to cars (KRON4)
    • Foothill Gold Line is more than a quarter complete (Patch)
    • San Jose's light rail is still out of service, making returning student commutes much harder (Patch)
    • New coalition in San Diego focused on speeding up transition to electric transportation (California News Times)
    • HSR authority to discuss Bakersfield-to-Palmdale route this week (Tehachapi News)
    • E-cargo bikes are faster than delivery vans, by a lot (Electrek)
    • The consequences of cars - and of celebrating classic cars for a week in Monterey County (Monterey County Weekly)
    • New US Bicycle Route designations, including in California (Lonely Planet)
    • What if the Newsom recall succeeds? (CalMatters)

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