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    • Things must change: Four bicyclists killed recently at spots where advocates had been asking for changes (Bike East Bay)
    • “Dirt World” brings BMX course to Richmond (ABC7)
    • San Francisco's dramatic new Transit Center finally set to open (SF Chronicle)
    • California strikes back against federal call for looser emissions, efficiency standards (NY Times)
    • Merced Sun Star corrects uninformed anti-taxer about how gas taxes are spent
    • Congressional panel to hold hearing on California high-speed rail (Progressive Railroading)
    • Infrastructure has always been a basic driver of economic prosperity (Washington Post)
      • And affordable housing is part of that infrastructure (Naked City)
    • Cities' bids for Amazon HQ include unelected officials making secret promises (NY Times)

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