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8:49 AM PDT on October 27, 2016

    • Keeping track of close calls that don't cause crashes (VeloNews)
    • The critical role of down-ballot races in state transportation funding (Planetizen)
    • Fairness and justice in bicycle planning (Momentum)
    • Listen: Ethan Elkind interviews the head of high speed rail (KALW)
    • Fresno can be a model for climate change projects (Capitol Weekly)
    • New York considers letting bike riders follow pedestrian signals—which they're already doing anyway (Village Voice)
    • Electric buses and trucks can help the environment and poor communities (Alternet)
    • Technology is not the vision: What do we want our future transportation system to be? (TheSource)
    • There's no housing crisis in American if you are a car (TreeHugger)

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