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    • Lots of people want to ride bikes, but are put off by lack of safe lanes (The Conversation)
    • California cities and counties have had six years to START planning for climate change (Climate Resolve)
    • What the high-speed rail money in Newsom's budget would go towards (Mass Transit)
    • Anaheim is still struggling (pretending) to come up with transportation solutions for tourists (Spectrum)
    • San Diego transit district wants to fence off RR tracks near beach; Coastal Commission does not (CBS)
    • Five overlooked pieces of the federal infrastructure bill (Governing)
    • Infrastructure bill relies on competitive grants, which could leave smaller, poorer cities out (Governing)
    • Speed cameras have a racial bias problem (ProPublica)
    • Early actions stemming from new housing law to increase density (Mercury News)
    • Play your own "spend the surplus" game (CalMatters)
    • It's a COVID nightmare for healthcare workers, and likely to get worse (LA Times)

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