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    • Transit in crisis, and how to save it (Vox)
    • FTA announces disaster relief funding for transit (Planetizen)
    • LA Daily News searches for reasons why LA Metro rail plans were not funded by the state
    • "Clean Air Conversations" will focus on transit (Pasadena Now)
    • Legislature passes bill to investigate oil price gouging with alacrity (LA Times, Mercury News, Sacramento Bee, AP)
    • City of Santa Clarita prepares to go all-in on hydrogen (Signal SCV)
    • San Diego to receive $37M in state funds to stabilize bluffs above rail line (RT&S)
    • SF announces new plan to add housing downtown (SF Chronicle)
    • To reduce crime, end evictions (Jacobin)
    • Do people really want sprawl? (Planetizen)
    • Parking lots eat cities (Big Think)
    • Regulate SUVs to death (Financial Times)
    • To get more women to bike, have women design better bike infrastructure (The Conversation)
    • Salinas' local newspaper has no reporters (LA Times)

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