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    • City of Cupertino will host a forum on alternative transportation next week (San Jose Mercury News)
    • East Oakland residents march to demand equal treatment for street cleanup, maintenance (Inside Bay Area)
    • Animated maps of Bay Area commutes: measuring the dispersal between work and home (CityMetric)
    • Architecture critic says the widened 405 freeway is ugly (LA Times)
    • Republicans propose cutting 3500 full-time Caltrans staff to save money; would replace them with contract workers, er, consultants (Sacramento Bee)
    • What I learned as an Uber driver: it's hard for people to get around (Washington Post)

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