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    • The four-letter word changing car commutes (Governing)
    • Surprise! Proposed road diet on Orange Grove Blvd provokes anti-safety backlash (Curbed)
    • Tesla crash under federal investigation (US News)
    • Uber withdraws application for permit to test autonomous vehicles in California (NY Times, US News)
    • So far, no companies have applied for AV testing permits in California (SF Examiner)
    • Spinlister—peer-to-peer bike rental program—to shut down (Bicycle Retailer)
    • “Rideshare” (sic) vs. urban transit (The American Prospect)
    • Give California some credit for China's success with electric vehicles, maybe (Bloomberg)
    • Orange County pushes homeless off streets, but people with homes won't let them anywhere near (LA Times)
    • Facebook sued for allowing discriminatory housing ads (Curbed)
    • What a citizenship question on the US Census could mean for California (Sacramento Bee)

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