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7:39 AM PDT on September 2, 2021

    • The Senate could fix transit funding in the federal infrastructure bill (Transportation for America)
    • Where the infrastructure money will go (CNBC)
    • Largest electric truck deployment ever gets going in Southern California (Transit Topics)
    • California Energy Commission grant will help build first solar-powered truck stop in Bakersfield (Yahoo! Finance)
    • CA to offer e-bike incentives (Spectrum News)
    • What we really need are a lot more electric delivery bikes (Bloomberg)
    • The role of transportation in the Caldor Fire and other catastrophes (Forbes)
    • It's getting harder to evacuate disasters (Wired)
    • Millions could lose their homes with end of eviction moratorium (NY Times)
    • Solutions for housing stability (Urban Wire)
    • More solutions for ending homelessness (Next City)
    • Sometimes community engagement is just a way to kill a project (Governing)
    • Irvine plans to study "smart" intersections using sensors (Orange County Register)

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