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8:39 AM PST on January 4, 2022

    • To cut traffic deaths, adopt a safe systems approach (Smart Cities Dive)
    • More transit can mean more access to health care (American Progress)
      • Infrastructure bill could help with that (Pew)
    • Public transit systems refocus on core riders (Wired)
    • California org has the expertise to assist feds with getting transit to go electric (Gov Tech)
    • Asm. Lorena Gonzalez resigns to lead California Labor Federation (AP, Capitol Weekly, LA Times)
    • Community-run bike repair workshops worldwide help build a cycling culture (The Conversation)
    • Recycling "desserts" make it hard to recycle bottles, cans (SF Chronicle)
    • Los Angeles won't allow rent hikes this year (LA Times)

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