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    • Metro plans pedestrian bridge from Burbank Airport to Metro station (LA Times)
    • Sausalito complains about all the bikes, but not the cars? (Sacramento Bee)
    • Fremont uses Safe Routes to Schools funds to remove a bike lane (Systemic Failure)
    • Everything Metro LA wants to build in the next 40 years (Curbed LA)
    • Homeowners resist removal of wall that creates a dangerous blind corner (Desert Sun)
    • In praise of Trader Joe's parking lots (Strong Towns)
    • MIT is designing a signal-free intersection (Fast Company)
    • Key regulations on ride-share apps remain undecided (Monterey Herald)
    • Regulators propose a plan to mitigate Aliso methane leak (LA Times)
    • Google asks feds to allow cars without steering wheels, brakes (San Jose Business Journal)
    • Mobile communications are altering travel behavior, mode choice (Transportationist)

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