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    • California's high speed rail stations should be major downtown transit hubs (Fresno Bee)
    • North Berkeley residents don't want the dirty, noisy old bus on their street (Daily Cal)
    • Old Bay Bridge pier implosion delayed a bit (Inside Bay Area)
    • San Francisco approves transit fee on new development (Examiner)
    • High speed rail costs are growing (LA Times)
    • ICYMI: Time to stop arguing about climate change and do something about it (Sacramento Bee)
    • New online tool helps assess transportation health impacts (Equipment World)
    • How pedestrians can legally avoid traffic signals (Mike on Traffic)
    • Liverpool tries out fast lanes for fast walkers (CityLab)
    • Madrid considers a plan to ban cars in city center, provide free transit on days of heavy air pollution (CityLab)
      • and Paris is thinking along similar lines (CityLab)

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