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9:29 AM PST on December 13, 2016

    • Castroville holds groundbreaking for bike pedestrian bridge (KION)
    • A transit village rises in Milpitas (East Bay Times)
    • Study: Bicyclists could be safer if they don't stop at stop signs (DNA info) (Chicago Tribune)
    • CA Senator Mendoza introduces infrastructure bill (California Newswire)
    • Unstoppable: A bicyclist survives a serious crash (Berkeleyside)
    • USC leads multi-university transportation research center (USC)
    • Strong Towns Best of 2016: Is your city pedestrian-unfriendly?
    • Is urban truck traffic really rising? (SSTI)
    • Mapping the unequal benefits of electric vehicles (City Lab)
    • Smart growth and “smart cities” (Transportist)
    • Urban transportation has a “camel” problem—peak hour traffic (City Observatory)

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