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    • Feds may require states to set transportation GHG emission reduction goals (Governing)
    • U.S. transit systems are crumbling (Route Fifty)
    • Hundreds of e-bikes abandoned in Richmond (Mercury News)
    • As state shelter program shuts down, residents wonder what's next (KQED)
    • Lessons on congestion pricing from Singapore (Centre for Cities)
    • In Richmond, a nonprofit retrofits abandoned homes into mini power plants for local low-income residents (Grist)
    • San Diego seeks to use developer impact fees more equitably across city (San Diego Reader)
    • Big donors are reshaping California campaigns (CalMatters)
    • Secessionists in San Bernardino County get their motion on the ballot (Daily Bulletin)
    • Urbanist TikTok takes aim at suburbia (Planetizen)

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