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    • Bay Area regional transportation and housing planning agencies (MTC, ABAG) agree to explore merging (Contra Costa Times)
    • San Bernardino County to receive $10 million for active transportation projects (Inland Empire Community News)
    • More about Berkeley's “Green Affordable Housing” plan (Inside Bay Area)
    • High speed rail plan for Anaheim to LA switches to a “sealed corridor” (Whittier Daily News)
    • A primer on California's Climate Change Plan (CalMatters)
    • Upcoming workshops on General Plan guidelines revision (Safe Routes to Schools)
    • In Stockton, thieves make off with more than 100 parking meters (Sacramento Bee)
    • Why people don't ride transit in small cities (Atlantic)
    • How housing choices make adult friendships difficult (Vox)
    • Why do people hate cyclists? (Planetizen)
    • In Australia, a building manager tries to institute paid parking, time limits for bikes (ABC)

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