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8:18 AM PST on December 5, 2022

    • What's the status of California's e-bike rebate program? (Electrek)
    • LA transit officials eye some of that sweet state budget surplus (Planetizen)
    • Bay Area transit agencies have been warning about doomsday scenarios (SF Chronicle)
    • Cupertino gets $8.5 million to expand electric shuttle system (Mercury News)
    • Santa Cruz County pursuing study of electric passenger rail (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Cities should stop erasing DIY crosswalks (Bloomberg)
    • Federal DOT shifts focus towards innovation for all modes, not just cars (Bloomberg)
    • Senator Weiner joins move to tear down SF's Central Freeway (SF Chronicle)
    • LA City Council votes to ban new oil wells, phase out existing ones (AP)
    • CA legislature will hold a special session on oil price gouging beginning today (Sacramento Bee)
    • London has seen a steady rise in walking and biking (Intelligent Transport)
    • Some in New Jersey push for an adult helmet law (Systemic Failure)

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