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    • White drivers pollute the air for people of color (LA Times)
    • Slow-speed corridor network rolling out in SoCal, and it has a cute turtle logo (Spectrum)
    • Public transit needs more than just money (T4America)
    • Student opinion: Don't cut public transit funding (Davis Vanguard)
    • CA high-speed rail hopes for federal support (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Some divisive infrastructure projects lead to long-term harm, even if never built - like that second SF Bay bridge (T4America)
    • Five ways micromobility is changing transport (Make Use Of)
    • What's in Biden's proposed budget plan (Washington Post)

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