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8:30 AM PDT on August 18, 2021

    • Teaching kids to ride bikes is about a lot more than recreation and health - but that too (Fortune)
    • Transit agencies, with budgets based on ridership, are struggling to provide service - while also preparing for an influx of dollars for new projects (Washington Post)
    • There's a serious shortage of school bus drivers (CNN)
    • Feminist mobility solutions can drive a more just transportation system (Ms.)
    • Thanks, fossil fuel lobbyists: Fed infrastructure bill includes requirement to buy polluting buses (Washington Post)
    • Petaluma banned new gas stations: Will others follow? (Earth Island)
    • Colorado DOT will require local MPOs to create and meet emission reduction targets for road planning (CPR)
    • Judge strikes down approval of affordable housing project in Huntington Beach (CA Planning and Development Report)
    • How the US made affordable homes illegal (Vox)

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