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Today’s Headlines

8:37 AM PDT on October 19, 2021

    • New York's bicycle food delivery workers, on the forefront of sustainable transportation, demonstrate what's necessary (Inside Climate News)
    • E-buses can recharge on the fly with wireless charging corridors (Electrive)
    • There's some money in the federal transportation bill for California transportation projects (Sierra Sun Times)
      • ... about as much as the oil company at the center of the oil spill has received from the federal government (LA Times)
    • Comedians on bicycles getting donuts in SF could be more fun that comedians in cars getting coffee (SF Gate)
    • How cities can "solve" congestion (Traffic Technology Today)
    • SF looks to make $$ off development rights above City Hall (SF Chronicle)

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