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8:16 AM PST on January 31, 2023

    • There are now more than 500 "bicycle-friendly" cities in the U.S. (Forbes)
    • People are willing to pay more to live in a place where they can walk to things (Slate)
    • How much commute time is saved when people work from home (World Economic Forum)
    • We saved our homes with a community land trust (Next City)
    • The best new bike lanes in the country (People for Bikes)
    • San Francisco asks state to slow down deployment of driverless taxis (endgadget)
    • New round of federal funds for clean transit announced (Planetizen)
    • CA transit agencies to get $500 million (Smart Cities Dive)
    • But operations funding is urgently needed (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • SMART allowed to resume construction of a 3-mile extension after court settlement with anti-tax group (Trains)
    • Court rules that Minnesota can use California's vehicle emission standards - as long as it does not adopt the plan to phase out gas-powered cars (Spectrum)
    • Inland Empire residents want a moratorium on warehouses (Daily Bulletin)

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