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8:18 AM PST on November 17, 2021

    • LA County seeks to decriminalize bike violations (LA Times)
    • City data show shifting trends - up and down - in biking numbers (Government Technology)
    • Constant construction poses danger to pedestrians in San Jose (Patch)
    • Infrastructure bill is mostly for highway expansions (not even fix-it-first) (Governing)
    • Bay Area transit officials happy about infrastructure bill (SFGate)
    • But pension dispute puts transit funding on hold (SFist)
    • San Diego wipes out most parking requirements (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Podcast: How freeways bulldoze California's communities of color (CalMatters)
    • How Exxon duped the New York Times (Heated)
    • Right after climate talks, Feds auction off drilling rights in Gulf of Mexico (AP)
    • CA okays plan to invest $1.4b in car chargers, refueling for EVs (Reuters)
    • Fresno and San Diego pursue transportation tax measures (Landline)
    • Desperate for solutions to terrible smog, New Delhi shuts down schools and power plants (AP)
    • Moscow transit riders use facial recognition to pay fares (NY Times)

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