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    • Politics are going to make the air in Southern California dirtier (LA Times)
    • Oil industry prepares to take down California climate change policies (CalMatters)
    • When will Berkeley fix its unsafe streets? (GJEL)
    • San Fernando Valley transportation summit finds support for BRT (CSUN Today)
    • BART director proposes fines for seat hoggers (SFGate)
    • New design for Transbay Transit Center unveiled (SF Examiner)
    • The case for making federal housing programs permanent (Planetizen)
    • A look at the park proposed for atop the Glendale freeway (Time Out Los Angeles)
    • How Lyft and Uber can help transit (Brookings)
    • The story of walking in the U.S., in one chart (Streetsmart)

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