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    • State senate to hold oversight hearings on high speed rail (LA Times)
    • Emerging best practice: Metro identifies active transportation investment needs (Investing in Place)
    • OPR issues its long-awaited update to CEQA guidelines (California Planning & Development Report)
    • New tool helps planners make stronger case for transit improvements (Next City)
    • Bay Area economy booms, with jobs far outpacing housing (SPUR)
    • BART will replace decoy security cameras with real ones (SF Gate)
    • State senator thinks the fine for turning right without stopping is excessive (SF Gate)
    • NIMBYs are causing housing shortages (Planetizen)
    • New study finds that car drivers who ride bikes are more likely to support bike infrastructure (Bike Biz)
    • Newbury Medal for children's lit goes to transit-themed “Last Stop on Market Street” (KPBS)

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