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8:37 AM PDT on October 4, 2022

    • Tomorrow, October 5, is Clean Air Day, which brings free transit in San Diego (Fox5) and on LA Metro (KFI)
    • What the new Freedom to Walk law does - and doesn't - do (LAist)
    • CA to "push on" with active transportation (ITS International)
    • Your commute could help make you happy - if you bike or walk (MPR News)
    • Use demand to create bike networks that people want to use (Nature)
    • The road to enlightenment is unpaved (Medium)
    • What we learned from trying to ride all 27 Bay Area transit agencies in a day (Mass Transit)
    • What Orange County legislative candidates think about public transit (OC Register)
    • The IRA changes everything (Utility Dive)
    • Federal dollars are building up California's infrastructure (Spectrum)
    • San Jose needs to complete its promises on parking policies (San Jose Spotlight)
    • Emergency repairs outlined for closed SoCal rail line (ENR)
    • Rethinking a railyard in SF for housing (SF Chronicle)
    • San Diego's no-fault eviction protections expire (San Diego Union Tribune)

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