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8:28 AM PST on January 27, 2022

    • Mechanics warn that Walmart bikes cannot be repaired (Jalopnik)
    • Electric bicycles outsell electric cars, hybrids combined in the US (Electrek)
    • California Transportation Commission elects Lee Ann Eager as new chair (GV Wire)
    • Fremont's transit-oriented vision is "coming to fruition" (UrbanLand)
    • Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey 'proves' that transit isn't worth taking (and he's not interested in fixing that) (KUSI)
    • Bill would guarantee free transit for all public school students (EdSource)
    • Los Angeles rethinks parking (Commercial Observer)
    • Newsom touts zero emission investments in budget proposal (Governor's Office, KCRA)
    • Ford to give a couple of Northern California winegrowers electric vehicles (Transport Topics)
    • Ag industry opposes Air Resources Board studying emissions from pesticides "crop protection tools" (AgriPulse)
    • The impact of less driving on air quality, public health during lockdowns: fewer deaths (Guardian)
    • Bill to encourage the transformation of golf courses to housing dies (The Coast News)

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