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    • Santa Barbara to update its Bicycle Master Plan (Independent)
    • Rail comeback in Orange County? (LA Times)
    • San Francisco considers subsidizing middle-class housing rentals (San Francisco Business Times)
    • Mark your calendar for a bike ride on the Golden Gate Bridge: Doyle Drive to close for a weekend (SF Chronicle)
    • What a “Creative” neighborhood looks like (CityLab)
    • Study: It's six times more expensive to travel by car than by bike. But we knew that. (Science Daily)
    • We still use bicycles to adapt to cities, not to create them: The Promise of Bicycle Urbanism (video) (The Urbanist)
    • Want to build a tiny house? Have to meet parking requirements? You may end up with more space for your car than for your family (Vox)
    • Yet more errors in the LA Times article on high speed rail fares (CAHSR)
    • Report: Transit times longer for people of color (StarTribune)

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