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    • Bike-share standardizes its data (Mobility Lab)
    • Fullerton passes simplified zoning plan to help small-scale infill (Daily Titan)
    • Fresno's vision of downtown as technology, job center includes light rail (Fresno Bee)
    • Cost of electrifying Caltrain grows to $2 billion (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • Union Pacific to invest $120+ million in CA rail infrastructure (UnionPacific)
    • The danger of using the wrong measure for roadway congestion (Center for American Progress)
    • Miami officials find transit-supportive mindsets in California regional planning agencies (Miami Today)
    • Some states keep raising speed limits, despite research showing rising fatalities, costs (Wired)
    • How climate change affects individual health (The Mercury News)

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