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    • In 2015, U.S. drivers broke the record for vehicle miles traveled (Fast Lane)
    • It's too bad electric scooters are so lame; they might be the future (Wired)
    • Cap-and-trade is opening the door for timber companies to clear-cut California forests (East Bay Express)
    • Cutting transportation money will affect jobs and cause delays (Aggregates Manager)
    • Carbon capture is not working (KQED)
    • San Francisco developer fights transit impact fee (SocketSite)
    • Madrid bans cars, plans plants (Gizmodo)
    • No new roads (Strong Towns)
    • Big carrots for climate resilience (Huffington Post)
    • We are building children out of cities (Rooflines)

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