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    • More coverage of resignation of SF Bike Coalition executive director (SFist) (KQED)
    • Maybe the Expo Line hasn't reduced nearby congestion, but it's done plenty more (Planetizen)
    • ICYMI: Report says Berkeley has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Smog declined last year in Southern California (KPCC)
    • What if cycling became even more popular? The benefits would be enormous (CityLab)
    • Las Vegas high-speed rail gets a small boost (Bakersfield Now)
    • Australia should give its bike helmet laws a rethink (The New Daily)
    • A 3-day, 30-mile traffic jam in Kenya (CityLab)
    • Whose comfort matters in public spaces?(Planetizen)

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