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8:26 AM PDT on November 3, 2021

    • World leaders at climate summit don't seem to realize that bicycling is an effective carbon reduction technology (Treehugger, Forbes)
    • Build Back Better also focuses on electric cars, not bikes (Fast Company)
    • Who killed LA streetcars? We did (LA Times)
    • Ballot measure filed to raise taxes for transit expansion in San Diego (Mass Transit)
    • Updated federal road design manual "enshrines dangerous practices into law" (The Urbanist)
    • What is PM2.5 and why is it bad? (SF Chronicle)
    • LA leaders are trying to solve homelessness by banning it (LA Times)
    • Derailed housing project in SF has the whole state in an uproar (SF Chronicle)
    • Bay Area sees growing COVID cases, shifting mask mandates (SF Chronicle)
    • Mexico City debates pros, cons of remote work (Slate)

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