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8:07 AM PDT on April 20, 2016

    • Santa Monica re-imagines itself as a model of mobility (LA Times)
    • Golly! A New Yorker discovers it's possible to get around L.A. without a car (NY Times)
    • California needs “minimum housing” as well as a minimum wage (CP&DR)
    • It's not just policies driving up housing prices; it's also geography (CityLab)
    • Rural drivers needed to help test California's road user charge (AgAlert)
    • Huge transit database is now available (CityLab)
    • Car-centric planning is failing seniors (CoExist)
    • Feds may tie transportation funding to greenhouse gases emission reduction (Scientific American)
    • YIMBY groups are organizing to increase housing (Gizmodo)

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