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    • Sacramento identifies downtown alleys as potential walkable corridors (Sacramento Business Journal)
    • Vision Zero is increasing pedestrian safety (Next City)
    • California Transportation Commission to hold town hall in Weaverville on Friday (Trinity Journal)
    • High Speed Rail Authority to hold workshop in Morgan Hill on Sept 23 (Morgan Hill Times)
    • People who work near transit are more likely to use transit (CityLab)
    • Another reason to ditch your car: bicycles can be the path to early retirement (Daily Finance)
    • A neighborhood in Nashville pledges to go car-free for a week (Nashville Business Journal)
    • Video: Hyperloop is serious about itself (CBS)
    • Video: giant insect puppet bicycles (PBS)

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