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    • Cars are running people over. So why are cops targeting pedestrians? (LA Times)
    • It's time for transportation planners to address racial equity (Alta Planning)
    • Imperial County is developing electronic fare payments for transit (Calexico Chronicle)
    • San Francisco residents are fighting bike-share expansion (SF Examiner)
    • Rail policy organizations inexplicably honor rabid anti-rail activist Congressman Jeff Denham for “leadership” (Railway Age)
    • City leaders fight federal efficiency rollback, but they should be building streets to encourage less driving (Curbed)
    • The LeBron James bicycle interview (Wall Street Journal)

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