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    • Cap-and-trade is not for road repair (LA Times)
    • The Texas Transportation Institute is still measuring mobility all wrong (Planetizen)
      • Here's a roundup of articles pointing out how its congestion study is missing the mark (City Observatory)
      • Although it does point out that California's drivers are the most stressed (Contra Costa Times)
    • Sacramento set to build much more housing downtown (Sacramento Bee)
    • Benicia transit hub breaks ground (Times Herald)
    • No, Uber doesn't reduce congestion, and it doesn't help air quality, either (Tech Crunch)
    • In Buenos Aires, a focus on making the city safe and pleasurable for pedestrians, bikes (Globe and Mail)

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