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8:36 AM PDT on November 5, 2021

    • Dense, walkable places command top dollar because they are in short supply (Strong Towns)
    • LA County sheriffs: "Criminals use bikes" excuse for harassing thousands of bike-riding BIPOC (LA Times)
    • Unmet transit needs in Santa Barbara County? Speak up (Noozhawk)
    • Stop greenwashing fossil fuels (CalMatters)
    • Even with new gas tax, maintenance backlog remains (Bond Buyer)
    • MTC: Bay Area roads are in about the same condition as last year (East County Today)
    • Biden the e-bike president??? (E&E News)
    • Serious mismatch: Worker shortage, but millions of workers can't find work that pays a living wage (CalMatters)

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