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    • Data show that “distracted walking” is not the scourge some make it out to be (Curbed)
    • How sprawl makes walkable places more expensive (CNU Public Square)
    • Not enough housing means more traffic, not less (Mercury News)
    • Public transit ridership is declining in wealthy cities (The Economist)
    • PG&E, San Joaquin Transit collaborate on electric vehicle pilot program (Business Wire)
    • Cars don't pay rent, but maybe they oughta (Transportist)
    • Learning and teaching about Mileage Based User Fees (Transport Topics)
    • Twenty things a city can do to improve public life (Curbed)
    • Homelessness: Don't blame big tech—it's all of us (Wired)
    • What Next Door can teach us about ourselves (Atlantic)

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