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    • Add e-bikes to municipal fleets (Route Fifty)
    • San Francisco considers permanently closing Lake Street to through traffic (SF Examiner)
    • Electric bus numbers are growing - there are now 3500 of them in the entire US (Kilgore News Herald)
    • Volvo plans to get its "unsupervised" auto driving feature approved in CA (The Verge)
    • Not all infrastructure spending is from government (Quartz)
    • Pandemic "moratorium" failed to prevent lots of evictions in the Central Valley (Fresno Bee)
    • Hundreds of city employees in SF are under quarantine (SF Chronicle)
    • Census recounts challenged by the pandemic (Pew)
    • Microbusinesses flourished during the pandemic (Brookings)
    • And so did sprawl (Bloomberg)

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