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    • Lime appeals SF scooter permit plan “developed in secret” (Curbed)
    • Rising housing costs are re-segregating Bay Area (UC Berkeley)
    • Palo Alto spends $46 million on new housing... for cars (Systemic Failure)
    • This is paradise: A car-free city in Spain (Guardian)
    • Decline and rebirth of Rotterdam's “city living room” (Guardian)
    • San Diego joins Orange County with permission to create a neighborhood vehicle electrification program (Fox)
    • Oakland, Stockton ports also to invest in electrifying portside trucks (SF Gate)
    • After Climate Summit, California is ready to take action (Union of Concerned Scientists)
    • La Cañada ponders how to pay for freeway soundwalls (LA Times)
    • Against all odds, California is building high-speed rail (The Architect's Newspaper)
    • Under Doug Ford, Ontario is pedaling backwards, fast, on climate policy (TreeHugger)
    • Simon Cowell laughs at helmet-wig gift—but maybe he could advocate a little more strongly for good bike lanes (Daily Mail)

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