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    • An urgent call for better bikeways already (Berkeleyside)
    • Alliance for Biking and Walking releases 2016 benchmarking report (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Please stop saying humans aren't causing climate change (Wired)
    • Is public transit supposed to reduce congestion? (City Metric)
    • Maybe people are just making fewer trips: causes of transit ridership declines (LA Times)
    • Walker: Cars and cities are a bad match (Washington Post)
    • Southern California air quality district wants to gut its own mission (Curbed)
    • Affordable housing minimums will be on San Francisco ballot (SFGate)
    • Why are long time residents leaving Oakland--and driving farther? (SF Gate)
    • We're measuring housing affordability all wrong (City Observatory)
    • Can Jerry Brown guide transportation tax increase through the legislature? (San Jose Mercury News)
    • To encourage walkable neighborhoods, fix mortgage rules (Grist)
    • User hyperloop to move goods, not people (Gizmodo)
    • Rail can change cities and lives (SFGate)
    • Uber expands its carpool option (San Jose Mercury News)

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