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    • Sacramento's solution to dangerous crosswalks: Erase them (Sacramento Bee)
    • Nation's first bus stop parklet opens in Northern California (East Bay Times)
    • Dockless bike share popping up all over San Diego (VC Star)
    • Bike collective Cycles of Change celebrates 20 years in Fruitvale (Hoodline)
    • State gas tax money may go for huge Sacramento freeway overhaul, new bridges (Sacramento Bee)
    • What we maybe know about microtransit (Human Transit)
    • You're not a progressive if you're also a NIMBY (East Bay Express)
    • California gears up for battle over zoning near transit (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Arizona and California compete to attract testing of self-driving vehicles (Digital Journal)
    • Report: Uber, Lyft drivers don't make near as much as Uber claims (The Guardian)
    • 101 movies about cities (Curbed)

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