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8:40 AM PST on December 6, 2021

    • Authorities to enforce bike speed limit on Golden Gate Bridge (Marin Independent Journal)
    • San Diego works towards plans for a central transit hub (Patch, 10News)
    • How San Diego plans to pay for its regional plan (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • San Diego youth push for better transit (10News)
    • Funding approved for projects in Santa Cruz regional plan, including Watsonville Complete Streets (Good Times)
    • The "true cost" of car congestion (UCLA)
    • LA proposes a plan for empty Caltrans-owned houses along what was to become a freeway (LA Times)
    • CA Senator who helped kill environmental regulations heads firm that works for oil industry (Capital and Main)
    • It's still happening: Black couple gets higher appraisal for their home when they have a white friend pose as them (SF Chronicle)
    • $300m in grants offered to clean up trash around the state (Lake County News)
    • Uber to pay $9m to settle sexual assault reporting failures (Post Bulletin)

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