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8:24 AM PST on November 29, 2021

    • The pandemic ain't over yet (CalMatters)
    • Oregon-born gray wolf who trekked across CA likely killed by a vehicle (AP News)
    • San Diego trolley ridership jumps with launch of Blue Line extension (Mass Transit)
    • The trolley doesn't go to the beach, but buses always have (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Building an "unrideable bike" to show how bikes work (Interesting Engineering)
    • Transportation projects expected to get U.S. funds include "important highway expansions" (SF Gate)
    • SCAG awards $10m to help electrify trucks (Redlands Community News)

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