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    • Fresno's formula for downtown revitalization (Route Fifty)
    • The city is the best gym (NY Times)
    • L.A. gets new federal funding for transit (Fast Lane)  (LA Times)
    • Federal infrastructure investments can make cities poorer (Strong Towns)
    • Scientists say climate change could be much worse than predicted (Washington Post)
    • The fallacies in the hypothesis that ride-share will cut congestion (City Commentary)
    • Cool subway system mini maps (Fast Company)
    • Immigrants used to be the most loyal bus riders—but not anymore (CityLab)
    • Santa Cruz supplies affordable housing for artists (KQED)
    • Madrid mayor plans to ban cars permanently from its main street  (CityLab)

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