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8:39 AM PST on December 13, 2022

    • The future of mobility has two wheels: build the world for bikes (ArchDaily)
    • US has made no progress on vehicle efficiency because automakers are selling more large vehicles (ACEEE)
    • So many uses for e-bikes (Clean Technica)
    • Do you really need a robot to carry your groceries? (Bloomberg)
    • Lyft offers incentives to its California drivers who use electric cars (SF Examiner)
    • Why switching to electric cars is not enough (Napa Valley Register)
    • Attempt to pass a bond measure for housing, street paving in Berkeley failed. What's next? (Berkeleyside)
    • In her first day in office, LA Mayor Bass declares emergency on homelessness (LA Times)
    • San Diego adopts new policy to get infrastructure funding to flow to low-income areas (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Paid family leave helps women keep their jobs (CalMatters)
    • California industries are using ballot referenda to fight new laws (CalMatters)
    • Prop 22 (are Lyft drivers employees?) is back in court today (Bloomberg)

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