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    • Atherton has repeatedly asked for safer crossings on El Camino Real: A timeline (Almanac News)
    • Lodi clears out homeless camps (Lodi News)
    • Book review: Low-income communities don't get an equal share of bicycle infrastructure (UCR Today)
    • Funding multimodalism is necessary for equitable and efficient transportation (Planetizen)
    • Redfin puts a dollar figure on walkability (GeekWire)
    • California climate change policies:
      • Big oil renews efforts to kill cap and trade (Desmog)
      • Bill to extend GHG targets is in jeopardy (Capital Public Radio)
      • Legislators might ditch emission reduction plan (CALmatters)
      • When it comes to climate change policies, Governor Jerry Brown has nothing to brag about (Food and Water Watch)
    • The urban politics of parkour (The Conversation)
    • The future is coming on a bicycle and it's sporting blue hair (Forbes)

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