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Today’s Headlines

8:18 AM PST on November 22, 2022

    • San Francisco Abandons Slow Streets Network Pledge (SFChron)
    • Lyft Pulls Bikeshare Bikes from SaMo, LA (SMDP)
    • Glendale Gets $6 Million State Funds for Visioning Project for Verdugo Wash (City of Glendale)
    • Update on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Bike Path (EastBayTimes)
    • San Joaquin in Record Breaking Drought (Fresno Bee)
    • Voters Statewide Put Scofflaw Sheriffs on Notice (OC Register)
    • Why Newsom Relented and Released Homeless Funding (CalMatters via LB Post)
    • It Sounds Crazy, But Making Bike Riding Safe, Easy and Fun Leads to More People Biking (Bicycling)
    • European Cities Are Becoming Denser (Wired)

Barring any emergencies or breaking news, we’ll see you Monday. Have a safe and restful Thanksgiving.

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