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8:28 AM PDT on September 20, 2021

    • America has a car crash epidemic - and it's preventable (Vox)
    • When you're disabled, transportation can be difficult (Patch)
    • As bicycling increases, better protection is needed (Bakersfield.com)
    • Fremont gets award for safety, gives road diet the finger (Mercury News)
    • Culver City moves towards fully electric bus fleet (Patch)
    • San Jose Open Streets festival Viva Calle was a joyous car-free party (Mercury News)
    • Shortage of bus drivers is putting young students on public transit (California News Times)
    • Electric AVs will not solve emissions, let alone congestion (UK News Today)
    • League of Women Voter weighs in against preserving long-unused North Coast RR for coal transport (Times Standard)
    • What just happened with single-family zoning in California? (LA Times)
    • Housing solutions in the federal infrastructure bill (Prospect)
    • Why CA has the lowest COVID rate in the nation (SF Chronicle)

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