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    • CPUC says SF Muni can go ahead with plan to "double-berth" trains—could happen as early as May (SF Examiner)
    • Richard Florida talks about disparate land values in the US (CityLab)
    • Housing shortages—caused by slow-growth policies—make cities inequitable (Pacific Standard)
    • Oh great: L.A. is represented in the Guardian's series on historical buildings by a freeway interchange (The Guardian)
    • There are benefits to removing traffic signals (CityLab)

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