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The staggering health improvements bike commuting can bring; Where federal transit funds are going; E-bikes about the get a lot more expensive; More

  • Video: The staggering health improvements from bike commuting (Shifter)
  • Spike in pedestrian deaths hits nearly all metro areas (Route Fifty)
  • Where federal transit funding is going (Traffic Technology Today)
  • Tariffs are about to make e-bikes a lot more expensive (The Verge)
  • How CA ending gas-powered vehicles could affect the nation (Governing)
  • Caltrans to talk about project to replace Stockton viaduct (Caltrans)
  • Caltrans to hold meeting on I-680 express lane options through Contra Costa County (Bay Area Metro)
  • MTC approves $18.3 million allocation for Bay Area transit projects (Mass Transit)
  • Colorado's "ambitious" highway program means not building them (NY Times)

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