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    • Are self-driving cars safe for cities? (Curbed)
    • San Mateo's express bus lanes move forward (Daily Journal)
    • When your deputy hits and runs, it's just an “unfortunate event that punctuated an otherwise fantastic evening” (Sacramento Bee)
    • The Women Led Cities initiative is amplifying women's voices in planning and design (SmartCitiesDive)
    • Silicon Valley talks about how to be an innovative city (Route Fifty)
    • How cities deal with badly parked bike-share bikes (The Local)
    • Car storage: VW parks 300,000 diesels it bought back (Reuters)
    • Connecting climate change and social change (Metropolitics)
    • Uber considers buying JUMP bikes (Tech Crunch)
    • To cut congestion, New York approves surcharge for Uber, Lyft, taxis—even for shared rides (Engadget)
    • Nashville's “Declaration of Transportation Independence” (Roadshow)

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