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    • Bike lanes approved in San Mateo, despite some residents saying parking is more important (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • Santa Maria Transit offers mobile app, contactless payment (KSBY)
    • Trains begin testing new track between San Bernardino and University of Redlands - service to start later this year (Redlands Community News)
    • Silicon Valley Transit is at a crossroads (Patch)
    • Light rail, new freeway: What a Sacramento area sales tax would fund (Mass Transit)
    • America's polarized transportation policy (Governing)
    • The homeless census is revealing the breadth of this humanitarian crisis (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Central Valley's tule fog is back (LA Times)
    • What's next for cities as COVID emergency rules and programs end (Berkeleyside)
    • Sea level rise will be catastrophic, and unequal (Wired)

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