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    • BART seems to have stopped talking about crimes on its property (SF Chronicle)
    • Cap-and-trade needs a few supporters from the Republican side (KQED)
    • What tech companies can do that will actually solve traffic (Curbed)
    • This “great L.A. Walk” includes a hearty dose of L.A. bleakness (LA Times)
    • California and Vermont are driving corporate adoption of electric vehicles (The Climate Group)
    • Learn to love developers (The Atlantic)
      • Or just keep fighting against the folks who build housing (CP&DR)
    • Bike Friendly Delaware Act passes—no honking at bikes, yield at stop signs are among its sensible provisions (Dover Post)
    • Oregon will tax bike purchases (Bike Portland)
    • Smog-eating bicycle to be developed in China (Daily Mail)
      • Meanwhile, that Chinese bus that drives over cars won't be built any time soon (Slate)

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