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8:49 AM PST on January 20, 2022

    • California Bicycle Coalition rates the best -and worst - 2021 bikey things (CalBike)
    • Autonomous, electric freight rail cars? Okay! (IEEE, Future Car)
    • State plans to connect SMART to Capitol Corridor in Suisun City (Mass Transit)
    • Vaccine mandates at transit agencies work (Mass Transit)
    • Bakersfield GET bus will reduce service due to COVID (Turn to 23)
    • Westlake Village, already a "walker's paradise," will do even more for people on foot (The Acorn)
    • LA just ended its free-transit experiment (Curbed)
    • San Diego's new trolley line cost a lot (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • New preserve intends to "rewild" this Tehachapi area (CalMatters)
    • The people we call essential workers are seeing aid and support dry up (CalMatters)
    • Spain looks ahead to how to live with COVID over the long term (AP News)
    • No one's keeping track of evictions (The American Prospect)

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