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    • Sadik-Khan: The bike wars are over, and bikes won (New York Magazine)
    • Early data suggests pedestrian deaths rose precipitously in 2015 (PBS)
    • Judge bats away court challenge against high-speed rail (Capital Public Radio)  (LA Times)
    • Mudslide is probable cause of Bay Area train derailment (LA Times)
    • Renters vs. homeowners and the length of the commute (CityLab)
    • The pain of a city—San Francisco—becoming too affluent (New York Times)
    • How we shut the door on housing (City Observatory)
    • State Senate leaders says "no way" to SoCal air district's attempt to pack its board with industry-friendly members (LA Times)

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