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8:23 AM PST on January 5, 2023

    • Rain, floods, power outages, and more coming (Reuters, SF Chronicle, LA Times, Mercury News)
    • Houseless people are suffering (LA Times, SF Chronicle)
    • Keeping an eye on the RR tracks in San Clemente - no further storm damage so far (Mass Transit)
    • The biggest barrier to biking is fear of cars (Treehugger)
    • The many many many benefits of e-bikes (Planetizen)
    • Electric SUVs are terrible (The Atlantic)
    • What sound should electric vehicles make? (The Guardian)
    • Low bar? L.A. ranks within the top 9 North American cities for transit access; S.F. is #2 (Yahoo!)
    • Transit's hiring difficulties (Transit Center)
    • Caltrans creates a way for transit agencies to track, share ridership and fare data (GCN)
    • Bakersfield transit expands on-demand service (Mass Transit)
    • Stop giving handouts to corporations in the hope of jobs, economic uplift (Route Fifty)
    • Golden Gate Bridge district gets $400M for seismic work (The Bay Link)

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