- Pandemic Bike Boom Still Booming in Cities that Built Better Bike Infrastructure (Wired)
- Downey Council Considering Eliminating DowneyLink Bus Service (Downey Patriot)
- Muni Slows Return to Full Service (SFExaminer)
- LB Transit Announces Expanded Service, Green Fleet in 2023 (LB Post)
- Can Caltrain Really Run Promised Frequencies with New Trains? (EastBayTimes)
- Bakersfield Considers Package of Ped. Safety Projects (Bakersfield.com)
- Whittier Making Safe Routes To School Improvements In Los Nietos Area (Whittier Daily News)
- Drivers Crashed into Same CA Home Twice in Past Two Years (ABC 7)
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