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    • LA just had its longest streak of bad-air days in decades (LA Times)
    • No, BART, the seats are really too high (Systemic Failure)
    • The cycling gap among U.S. cities (Wired)
    • It's hard to overstate how destructive Prop 6 would be for California, says LA Times
    • Santa Barbara County Association of Governments opposes Prop 6 (Noozhawk)
    • San Jose poll sees strong local support for Google transit village (Mercury News)
    • Some Business Improvement Districts invest in criminalizing homelessness (NextCity)
    • In January, 220,000 EV cars will lose carpool lane privileges (Planetizen)
    • Forbes Magazine finds reasons to object to California's clean energy goals
    • Why affordable housing is so expensive (CityLab)
    • California coastal cities should prepare for ten feet of sea level rise (Scientific American)

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