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    • CTC allocates $1.4B for highways, bridges, other infrastructure (Transport Topics)
    • The US needs to get on track with high-speed rail (GreenBiz)
    • Winners of the infrastructure bill: Highways planned 50 years ago (E&E)
    • We don't need new highways, we need to fix what we have that is growing old (Governing)
    • But what most needs federal support is transit operations (CommonWealth)
    • Study: Bike lanes have not been causing displacement (Planetizen)
    • In Oakland, planning from the grassroots level upward (Next City)
    • California's emergency energy back-up plan could undo years of climate work (Canary Media)
    • CA legislative leaders ask CARB to revisit offsets (ProPublica)
    • Buried under California beaches: nuclear waste (The Guardian)
    • State auditor: Housing dept mismanaged federal funds for homeless residents (LA Times)
    • Gig worker fight back in courts (CalMatters)

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