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8:38 AM PST on December 10, 2021

    • Guidelines for keeping self-driving vehicles from killing bike riders (League of American Bicyclists)
    • Santa Clara VTA plans to test self-driving buses (Railway Age)
    • Bicycle lanes are blamed for congestion - but they're not the cause (The Conversation)
    • San Jose establishes design goals for future BART station (Patch)
    • SANDAG regional plan is getting hammered (Fox, Voice of San Diego)
      • But it might pass anyway (KUSI)
    • CA housing dept awards $55m for infrastructure near affordable housing developments (Urbanize Los Angeles)
    • Electric vehicles are helping rural Fresno (FresnoBee)
    • Buttigieg talks federal spending, CA infrastructure with Sacramento Press Club (Fox)
    • Exxon is still denying (even its own) climate science (Heated)
    • LAO suggests CA give some cap-and-trade revenue to households and businesses (KPVI)
    • CA reparations task force discusses infrastructure's discriminatory history (Capital Public Radio)

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