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    • California shaping a plan to make ebikes affordable for low-income people (LA Times)
    • Self driving cars could greatly increase emissions (Dezeen)
    • Decades of highway construction and community destruction (AARP)
    • It's Infrastructure Decade: Now the work begins (Brookings)
    • Buttigieg on Vision Zero (Fast Company)
    • Work from home is an opportunity to shift transit planning from its focus on commutes (Forbes)
    • Money money money:
    • San Francisco will develop a homeless response team in place of police (SF Chronicle)
    • Refineries regularly dump toxic chemicals into San Francisco Bay (SF Examiner)
    • Oil companies post record profits (Politico, Washington Post)
    • Stunningly high natural gas bills (Bloomberg) might drop soon (LAist)
    • Cities all over California miss a deadline to update their housing elements - giving up funding and local control (Mercury News, SF Chronicle)
    • HCD rejected Berkeley's proposed housing element as inadequate (Daily Californian)
    • Costco to build housing with its mega stores? (Eat This, Not That!)

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