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    • ICYMI: Six Californians weigh in on new Caltrans separated bikeway guidance (People for Bikes)
    • In praise of slow cycling, and the infrastructure that makes it possible (Tree Hugger)
      • ….and which is making cycling mainstream in New York (The National)
    • Self-driving cars will mean fewer cars, less need for parking, fewer tickets...and less money for the state (Techwire.net)
    • Suburbs are urban places (City Lab)
    • People with disabilities have an even harder time finding homes (Planetizen)
    • Here's how Europe encourages cycling to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (Miami Herald)
    • In the U.S., it takes a huge political effort to build protected bike lanes (Next City)
    • Seattle citizens form “Dept of Transformation” to fix street safety blunders by city (KIRO)

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