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    • A history of urban highways, and of who matters (Strong Towns)
    • The story of Caltrain electrification, meddling Republican Congressmembers, and the federal government:
      • Feds waver (KTVU)
      • Now it's the whole high-speed rail program that got stopped (Governing)
      • Caltrain pushes back (The Hill)
      • Caltrain launches a petition begging the DOT to reconsider (SF Examiner)
    • And where is electrification warranted? Everywhere (Pedestrian Observations)
    • Op-Ed: Republican transportation funding plan makes sense: we shouldn't have to pay a cent to keep  building roads (Desert Dispatch)
    • Op-Ed: Whatever, just fix the transportation system already (Bakersfield.com)
    • Cooling down urban areas: more trees, fewer cars (Guardian)

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