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    • AC Transit proposes major service cuts in Oakland, Emeryville (E'ville Eye)
    • L.A. council to revote on Mobility Plan 2035 (LA Times)
    • Hyperloop test track to break ground soon (Built Worlds)
    • A story of the healing powers of bicycling (Huffington Post)
    • S.F. explores housing density bonus (SF Chronicle)
    • Megaproject in S.F. agrees to include affordable housing (San Francisco Business Times)
    • Equity is a value, not a tactic (NRDC)
    • Bike-share users and helmets: does it matter? (Planetizen)
    • In Japan, at least, transit users are a lot less likely than car drivers to be overweight, have diabetes or high blood pressure (Science Alert)
    • Subway maps are irresistible to tinkerers (Washington Post)
    • Cartoon: self-driving cars are a plot to imprison humans (Systemic Failure)

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