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    • Google wants to make Silicon Valley as bike-friendly as Copenhagen (Fast Company)
    • L.A. needs to update its community plans—and its General Plan (Zocalo)
    • East Bay cities' mobile app makes it easy to report potholes (Inside Bay Area)
    • Fresno renovating dozens of parks (ABC)
    • Transportation resolutions for the new year—including an end to sharrows (Next City)
    • How rail transit can reshape suburbia (Next City)
    • The case against shaping urban corridors to act like highways (Strong Towns)
    • Copenhagenize tries to figure out which are the most bike-friendly cities in the world (Guardian)
    • A one-man ambassador for bike commuting in Abu Dhabi (The National)

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