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E-bike is a life changer; Transit agencies try to reinvent themselves; New on-demand transit in Sonoma-Marin; Modesto celebrates bus depot; More

Photo illustration by Slate. Photo by Alia Smith.

  • My e-bike changed my life (Slate)
  • Modesto celebrates reborn bus depot (Modesto Bee)
  • Transit agencies try to reinvent themselves (NY Times)
  • Sacramento launches outreach process for its Active Transportation Plan (ABC10)
  • Caltrans seeks input on pedestrian crossings on Highway 12 at El Verano (Sonoma News)
  • Railroad companies sue CA over CARB emission rules (Supply Chain Brain)
  • San Diego County Coaster rail expansion downsizes; agency to sell locomotives (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Union, MTS come to agreement to restore service on some San Diego bus routes (Patch)
  • On-demand transit service with connections to SMART launches (Sustainable Bus)
  • Will Newsom's Delta plan hold up the budget? (CalMatters)

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