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8:47 AM PST on January 10, 2022

    • Sacramento transit faces delays amid Covid surge (Mass Transit)
    • Redwood City seeks public input on pedestrian and bicycle master plan (Patch)
    • A San Jose mall will soon charge for parking (Mercury News)
    • General Motors will finally comply with California's vehicle emission standards (Detroit News)
    • Hundreds die in traffic in LA, a city that claims a focus on "Vision Zero" (LA Times)
    • CAHSRA meets federal grant requirement a year early (RT&S)
    • CA inventor is working on a street sweeper that's also a bike trailer (Bike Portland)
    • Sierra Club office still validates parking, seeks ideas encouraging more walking and biking (Sierra Club)
    • Santa Clara VTA approves new labor contract, including a one-time "appreciation" bonus (Patch)
    • Los Gatos to update developer transportation fees (Mercury News)
    • Musk's ideas need a lot more thought (Curbed)

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