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CA is powering itself with renewables; The new traffic safety paradigm; What cargo e-bikes are looking like; More

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  • California is powering itself without fossil fuels (except for cars) (New Yorker)
  • Build sustainable neighborhoods now (Smart Cities Dive)
  • Applying the new traffic safety paradigm (Planetizen)
  • People are riding bikes; they're just not buying very many of them (Bicycle Retailer)
  • A bill to push-start American bike builders? (Fast Company)
  • Is this the future of electric cargo bikes? (Velo)
  • Berkeley approves fleet of Lime e-scooters (Berkeleyside)
  • LA Metro's A Line extension to San Bernardino gets a first slice of state funding (Daily Bulletin)
  • LA Metro to launch next phase of Mobility Wallet next month (Mass Transit)
  • Federal RAISE grants go out for road, rail, transit, and port projects across the U.S. (Construction Dive)
  • Voters in some states could limit - or eliminate - property taxes (Governing)

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