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    • Menlo Park sends plan to add bike lanes to El Camino Real “for more study” (San Jose Mercury News) (also see Streetsblog coverage)
    • Why does L.A. Metro want to build Bus Rapid Transit? (LAist)
    • Silicon Valley Transportation Authority ponders whether to cut bus service on routes with lower rider numbers (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Torrance refinery explosion led to jump in gas prices (Daily Bulletin)
    • Even in polluted cities, it is still healthier to bike and walk than drive (TreeHugger)
    • New York's MOMA mounts an art show about large-scale displacement, refugees (CityLab)
    • A big deal: Feds make it easier to build narrower auto lanes (People for Bikes)
    • “Hostile architecture” keeps (certain) people at bay in cities (AtlasObscura)

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