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    • It's Bike to Work Week, and that means free Metrolink rides for bike riders (Pasadena Now)
    • California Budget and Policy Center on Newsom's budget proposal: It's doesn't do enough for people who really need help (especially the part about payments for car owners)
    • Legislative Analyst's Office on Newsom's budget proposal: it's too risky; increase reserves
    • USDOT gives out $5 billion (over 5 years) for street safety (AP News)
    • Fare-free transit hasn't reduced car trips (Planetizen)
    • Lompoc looks to improve its street safety (KEYT)
    • Plan for transit connection to San Diego airport meets skepticism from elected leaders (Mass Transit)
    • AVs will soon be hard to distinguish from other cars, and that's not good (Technology Review)
    • Autonomous robot deliveries coming to LA (PC Mag)
    • Bike parking needs to catch up (Treehugger)
    • In Fresno, tenants of mobile home park hope to buy it for themselves (PBS)
    • Why LA is failing on homelessness (The Guardian)
    • Oh, and don't forget to do something today about climate change (IPCC)

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