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Cities need to invest in active mobility; Transit projects opening around the globe in 2024; CA traffic stops show a clear pattern of racial profiling; More

8:50 AM PST on January 4, 2024

  • CA legislature begins, with protests (CalMatters)
  • Cities need to invest in active mobility (ITDP)
  • E-bike subscriptions: easier way to test, buy an e-bike (Bicycle Retailer)
  • Transit projects opening around the world in 2024 (The Transport Politic)
  • California transit agencies face massive budget shortfalls (Turnto23)
  • Sunline Transit reveals new year service improvements (NBC)
  • LA Metro wants your thoughts on Micro fares (LAist)
  • Report: California traffic stops show a pattern of racial profiling (Spectrum)
  • Why it's hard just to transition to EVs (Business Insider)
  • How are California cities planning for a transition to EVs? (Legal Planet)
  • UC Berkeley prepare for another fight over People's Park (Berkeleyside, SF Chronicle)
  • Two SF Supervisors want to sue over state housing law (SF Chronicle)
  • Real estate giant set to become largest landlord in San Francisco, buying up defaulted mortgages (SF Chronicle)

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