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    • Fresno is getting a bunch of money to reshape itself, and wants local residents to weigh in on how to spend it (Fresno Bee)
    • That's no “boom”: L.A. is still adding housing at a snail's pace (Abundant Housing LA)
    • Math busts myths about transportation planning: we're doing it all wrong (Metro News)
    • USDOT: What we learned from the Smart City Challenge (Fast Lane)
    • Why is U.S. public transportation woefully inadequate? (Newsweek)
    • Use drones to collect traffic data (MikeOnTraffic)
    • California electric bus manufacturer Proterra gets funding for new plant in City of Industry (SF Gate)
    • California hires Eric Holder to advise on any conflicts with new U.S. administration (NY Times)
    • Why Uber moved its self-driving cars to Arizona (The Hill)
    • Trump plus CEQA is a bad recipe (California Planning & Development Report)

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