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    • National forests in CA will stay closed for two more weeks due to fire risk - no Labor Day hiking, biking, camping (Sacramento Bee)
    • How transit funding got traded away in the infrastructure package (Eno Center for Transportation)
    • Coalition lobbies to restore transit funding (The Hill)
    • Keep that mask on while riding transit (California News Times)
    • Transportation leaders in SF, LA say: Speeders should not set speed limits - pass A.B. 43! (CalMatters)
    • Iterating to safety (Strong Towns)
    • More on housing density bills (Marketplace, SF Chronicle)
    • Pew Research finds Americans want bigger houses, longer drives (MSNBC)
    • Census data has been released, and 2020 will be a year with a lot of asterisks (StatChat)

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