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    • Felony charges filed in fatal crash by Tesla under autopilot (AP)
    • NTSB chief: Stop saying "94% of crashes are due to driver error" - it's misleading, removes responsibility for improving safety (AP)
    • CA to receive $850 million for bridge repair under federal infrastructure law (Transportation Today)
      • That is, $4.2 billion over five years (Patch)
    • Pasadena finishing up public meetings on its pedestrian master plan (Pasadena Now)
    • Five things planners got wrong in San Francisco (SF Chronicle)
    • Not many "bicycle friendly" universities have encouragement programs; fewer still promote bike riding among underserved groups (Penn State)
    • What high turnover in the public sector could mean (Route Fifty)
    • Shipping, logistics companies are making a ton of money (Bloomberg)
    • The people who harvest our food are bearing the brunt of California's housing shortage (Civil Eats)
    • California college students can earn cash for public service (AP)
    • Covid is devastating schools in California (CalMatters)

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