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8:40 AM PST on February 3, 2022

    • After years of delay, pedestrian bridge will connect Warm Springs BART to riders west of station (Mercury News)
    • Build more bridges for people, not cars (Fast Company)
    • Cities are investing in bicycling infrastructure (Urban Wire)
    • New Berkeley bike plan should treat bike riders better (Berkeleyside)
    • Barstow to get electric battery buses (Daily Press)
    • Timelapse shows what freeway construction did to Oakland (The Bold Italic)
    • But we're still building freeways! New express lanes open on Hwy 101 in San Mateo County (KRON)
    • Nanoplastics are not just in the ocean; we're breathing them in (Fast Company)
    • Traffic fines should be scaled to income (The Atlantic)
    • CP&DR Briefs: AHSC grants, zoning and climate news bits
    • The fight over money, and control, of the SF peninsula's commuter train (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • Utilities getting into the weeds on how to count, report greenhouse gas reductions to get money (JD Supra)

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