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8:47 AM PST on January 3, 2017

    • Cyclelicious mapped out all reported bicycle and pedestrian incidents in California in 2016
    • Sacramento commuter chronicles: Not everyone drives alone to work (Sacramento Magazine)
    • What Sacramento could learn from Stockholm (Comstock Magazine)
    • Offsets from cap-and-trade drive innovation, efficiency; beneficiaries are worried (CalMatters)
    • How Long Beach got pedestrians involved in their own Master Plan (NextCity)
    • SMART ain't so smart (Systemic Failure)
    • California lawmakers to take on housing, transportation (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • Precautionary tale: 23-lane highway, touted as a way to reduce travel times, did no such thing (City Observatory)
    • Curbed compendium of the best writing on cities of 2016
    • Five ways transit could change in 2017 (Remix)
    • Exit interview with outgoing US Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx (CityLab)
    • Villaraigosa: How to fix transportation (US News &World Report)
    • An idea from the U.K. on how to fund public transit (Fast)

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