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State e-bike incentive administrator under investigation; What's in the state budget deal; Why would a job that doesn't require driving require a driver's license? More

  • State e-bike incentive administrator accused of faking data (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • What's in the state budget deal (CalMatters)
  • Why would a drivers license be required for a job that doesn't involve driving? (LA Times)
  • Test case: Highway expansions undermine state climate fight (LA Times)
  • Traffic engineers invite crashes by relying on faulty data (The Conversation)
  • San Bernardino County gets a zero emission train (Patch)
  • Contra Costa gets federal funding to close two gaps on the Bay Trail (East Bay Times)
  • State Auditor: Santa Clara County VTA needs governance change, more transparency (San Jose Spotlight)
  • Congressman Blumenauer introduces a bill to encourage domestic bicycle manufacturing (Cycling Weekly)
  • Opinion: Let's ban bus wraps (The Urbanist)
  • Prescribe housing as a cure (CalMatters)
  • CA approves Waymo outside of SF, over objections from from local officials (Government Technology)

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