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    • Covid case numbers are breaking records (AP)
    • More on Caltrans Complete Streets policy (Mass Transit)
    • Bay Area transit agencies need bus operators - but so does everybody (Mercury News)
    • Seven walkable cities - and what makes them so (Travel Awaits)
    • Record-breaking snowfall in Tahoe, but stay away (SF Chronicle)
    • CA invests millions in Kern, Tulare County freeways (Sun Gazette)
    • Port of Oakland receives federal grant for green energy, emission reductions (Local News Matters)
    • Tribal nations' role in conserving water, resources (LA Times)
    • A wildlife preserve in the Tehachapis (LA Times)

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