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    • CalBike's legislative wrap-up
    • Pop-up bike lanes boost bike ridership and improve air quality (Phys.org)
    • What if Apple made an e-bike? (Bloomberg)
    • AC Transit working on using e-buses as power generators (NGT News)
    • OCTA workers vote to strike (Mass Transit)
    • Monterey-Salinas transit piloting app for easy access to contactless transit discounts (GovTech)
    • Placer County looking for input on transit needs (Roseville)
    • Can Los Angeles get people out of their cars? (City Monitor)
    • Biden proposes gig worker protections that sounds familiar to Californians (NY Times)
    • In Bloomington, a scooter rider is killed by a (drunk, speeding) driver, so the city limits... scooters (WRTV)
    • More on drivers relying too heavily on driver assist technology (Jalopnik)
    • Thought experiment: Should the state pay people to drive EVs? (Energy Institute at Haas)
    • More states ponder mileage taxes as gas tax revenue shrinks (Pew Trusts)
    • London improved its air quality by charging polluting drivers - and adding a lot of EV chargers (Bloomberg)

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