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    • Yes, excessive parking does cause more driving (CityLab)
    • CA senators plan legislative response to methane gas leak (California Public Radio)
    • Self-driving cars still need human drivers, according to reports submitted to DMV (GovTech)
    • Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority adds internal bike racks to its buses, seeks feedback on them (VTA)
    • Oakland's Cycles of Change scrambling to replace dozens of stolen bikes (Contra Costa Times)
    • Newsweek profiles L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti (and quotes L.A. Streetsblog's Joe Linton)
    • Why can't cheaply built houses be an affordability solution? (City Observatory)
    • The Guardian begins a special series on gentrification
    • Very cool graphic shows what Americans do with their time (Flowing Data)

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