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    • Ban cars on Halloween (Slate)
    • Some cities have eliminated bike rider deaths (Vice)
    • The joy that comes with 1,000 miles on an e-bike (Outside Online)
    • Draft EIR for Dodger Stadium gondola released (LA Metro)
    • Transportation drives climate change; what are the solutions? (NRDC)
    • More on AC Transit project to use e-buses as power sources (Canary Media)
    • Kings County to get an electric bus (Hanford Sentinel)
    • Valley Link buys property for a hydrogen production facility (Mass Transit)
    • Call for projects: $1.2 billion available for port and freight infrastructure (gCaptain)
    • Information is power: Report on Bay Area eviction-prone landlords (Vice)
    • Turning cities into sponges (Wired)
    • Are your plastics really being recycled? Yes. No. Maybe. (AMBR)
    • The Onion bares truths: Good luck crossing that street!
Image: The Onion
Image: The Onion
Image: The Onion

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