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    • Rethinking bike lanes (Human Transit)
    • The challenges of walking while old (Treehugger)
    • CARB chooses nonprofit program to help bring clean energy to low-income residents (NGT News)
    • Interview with CARB Chair Mary Nichols on transitioning to new administration (Planning Report)
    • AAA says relying on ride-hail would not be cheaper than owning a car—if you live in the sticks and don't have access to transit (NBC)
    • Another critique of the giant new transbay transit center in SF (Wired)
    • City of Berkeley tries a new way to raise funds: issuing bitcoin to raise money for housing (Gov Tech)
    • Bill to allow BART to build housing moves forward (Curbed)

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