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Today’s Headlines

8:35 AM PDT on October 25, 2021

    • Community air monitoring program being hijacked by oil interests, say advocates (Mercury News)
    • Report: San Diego falling short boosting walking, biking, and transit (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • San Diego okays free youth transit passes, service increases (Times of San Diego)
    • San Francisco celebrates completion of Geary Blvd Rapid project (Patch)
    • Ventura County may see a transit sales tax on its 2022 ballot (VC Star)
    • OC transit's environmental mitigation program recognized by FHA (OC Breeze)
    • Connection between Brightline, Metrolink planed for Rancho Cucamonga (Railway Age)
    • In Barcelona a month ago, five families rode bikes to school; now there are hundreds (NPR)
    • Paris plans to become "100% cycleable" (Bloomberg)
    • Supply chain issues will take some time to fix (Valley News)

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