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    • How Sacramento can rethink transportation (Sacramento Bee)
    • Do we really want funding for bicycle projects? (
    • Fatalities in the “war on cars” are never in cars (The Stranger)
    • Finally: UPS debuts delivery by Portland (OregonLive)
    • Resiliency vs sustainability in transportation (MikeOnTraffic)
    • San Diego fast-tracked affordable housing that was anything but affordable (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Blame the housing crisis for the Ghost Ship fire (Slate)
    • Not so fast: are suburbs really that popular? (City Commentary)
    • The next class of Democratic political leaders is training in California (NY Times)
    • Three reasons Trump doesn't matter to energy policy (Forbes)
      • Except there's that small matter of his EPA nominee (NY Times)

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