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    • Public transit is straining (Politico, Planetizen)
    • Megabus returns to California with cheap tickets for cross-state travel (GV Wire, ABC10, Sacramento Bee)
    • David Byrne on the red carpet with a beautiful bike (Cycling Tips)
    • The complicated project of CEQA reform (Sacramento Bee)
    • NYC built safe bike infrastructure, and lots people started riding bikes (Planetizen)
    • California shows record sales of electric vehicles (Union of Concerned Scientists)
    • EVs are helping reduce emissions, but only where rich people live (Bloomberg)
    • Automakers are "racing" to produce (giant) EVs (CalMatters)
    • The environmental terrorism of police helicopters (Heated)
    • Planners want input on redesign of Highway 237 from Redding to Anderson (A News Cafe)
    • Caltrans breaks ground on new bridges along Highway 99 in Madera County (Construction Equipment Guide)
    • Too much parking, but never a space (for free) just where you want it (Slate)
    • Rep. Robert Garcia takes housing vs parking conversation to the U.S. Congress (Business Insider)
    • What do driverless vehicles go on their downtime? Idle somewhere (AZ Central)

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