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    • Staffing shortage prompts week-long suspension of bus service in Amador county (CBS)
    • More on bill to study transit safety (Daily News)
    • Marin Transit considers ending shuttle to ferry (The Ark)
    • LA County Deputy charged with murder for speeding crash that killed a boy (LA Times)
    • Wales ends road-building projects after climate reviews (The Guardian)
    • CA oil industry using high gas prices to roll back climate work (Capital and Main)
    • E-bike battery safety issues prompts a new look at import rules that allow cheaper products without review (Bicycle Retailer)
    • People like commuting - at least, they may need that transition between work and home (NPR)
    • Brightline agrees to add wildlife crossings to rail line between LA, Vegas (Review Journal)
    • Cal Poly Humboldt thinking outside of the box - off the land - to solve student housing (CalMatters)

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