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    • The dream of a cross-border bike lane (Voice of San Diego)
    • Committee formed to avoid lawsuit on bike path along SMART train (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Redwood City to adopt affordable housing fee (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • More on Caltrans' “new thinking” on road expansion/induced demand (Gov Tech)
    • Getting public involvement in planning is a lot harder than you think (California Planning and Development Report)
    • California is a model for dealing with climate change but still has plenty of work to do at home (Cal Matters)
    • The good, the bad, and the ugly in the new federal transportation bill (T4 America)
    • How cycling could help the Paris climate talks change the world (Guardian)
    • Study finds global bike ownership declining (Medical Express)
    • Rethinking terms transportation planners use all the time (Planetizen)
    • Living near transit might be good for your mental health (CityLab)
    • Awesome fake ads in Paris: “VW: We're sorry we got caught" (Good)

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