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    • San Francisco's steep hills are too hard for new buses to climb (SF Examiner)
    • Vision for LA transit: self-driving cars, hyperloop (LA Times)
    • Mental health suffers when we surrender to car culture (Mobility Lab)
    • Are cars the most socialist form of transportation? (TreeHugger)
    • Milan, Italy will try paying people to commute by bike (Guardian)
    • Google self-driving car collides with bus, learns that bigger vehicles are bullies (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Benefits of removing Level of Service from California environmental law (Safe Routes to Schools)
    • Transit fuels transformation in struggling neighborhoods (Fast Lane)
    • A (long, detailed) look at Personal Rapid Transit, an idea whose time never came (Verge)

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