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Monday’s Headlines

2023 was the year of the e-bike; Biden celebrates $8 billion in passenger rail funding; What's so scary about transit riders? More

  • SANDAG encourages transit, bicycle use with incentives to employers (Times of San Diego)
  • 2023 was the year of the e-bike (Fast Company)
  • What's so scary about transit riders? (PubliCola)
  • Bogota tried to solve gridlock for all of us (NY Times)
  • Biden administration celebrates $8 billion in passenger railroad infrastructure (Route Fifty, Spectrum)
  • Applying environmental justice principles in West Oakland (The Field)
  • Avoiding the harms that infrastructure can wreak (Governing)
  • COP28: President pushing until the end for softening efforts to reduce oil and gas use in final agreement (The Energy Mix)
  • CA "Climate Resiliency" funds will pay for a two-lane left turn channel on a highway (GoldRushCam)
  • High rises in Santa Cruz? (LA Times)

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