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Tuesday’s Headlines

Build a network for bike lanes for the children; Dire new information about climate change; House Repubs want to block any funding for CA high-speed rail; More

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  • A safe network of bike lanes is an investment for our children (Cambridge Day)
  • A dire new warning about climate change deadline (AP News)
  • US House Republicans seek to bar administration from funding California's high-speed rail program (Reuters)
  • Congressman Blumenauer sees the potential in e-bikes (Velo)
  • Tools for visualizing people-friendly streets (Forbes)
  • Pandemic canceled it, but now bus service returns between Santa Clara and Monterey counties (Mercury News)
  • Caltrans says it is serious about removing I-980 in Oakland (Oaklandside)
  • Montreal built a "bargain" light rail system (Bloomberg)
  • San Diego is making some progress on clean energy, but cars are canceling it out (KPBS)
  • San Francisco downtown rail extension is getting more expensive (SF Standard)
  • Residents of one block in East Oakland are going electric (KQED)
  • CA budget deficit likely to grow as tax filings are delayed (Sacramento Bee)
  • Retail theft is a problem, but it's not the only reason stores are closing (CNN)

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