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    • Maybe gas-powered cars did us all a favor (California Planning & Development Report)
    • Newsom signs bill targeting harassment in public spaces, on transit (Axios)
    • Ferry service is expensive to run (East Bay Times)
    • Yuba-Sutter transit launches 'top-to-bottom" study to improve service (Mass Transit)
    • BART standardizes schedules, improves connections (Patch)
    • San Diego transit to waive fares on Clean Air Day, October 5 (Intelligent Transport)
    • Ten transportation projects underway in Oakland (Oaklandside)
    • Potential freight railroad strike could force Metrolink to suspend service (Spectrum)
      • ... and Capitol Corridor too (Patch)
    • Four cities "putting pedestrians first" (BBC Travel)
    • The boom in bike-share during the pandemic crossed socioeconomic lines (Penn Today)
    • Figure out the right size bike for you (Bicycling)
    • The e-bike revolution is in trouble (Treehugger)
    • EV streets sweepers: coming to a city near you? (Electrek)

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