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    • Dueling campaigns: Gas tax opponents (LA Times)
    • Gas tax repeal effort and political mileage (Bloomberg)
    • “Modernization” of Clipper card—Bay Area's all-in-one transit card—falls short (Curbed)
    • Improving bus stops can increase ridership (Route Fifty)
    • It's not the scooters, it's the badly designed streets (Greater Greater Washington)
    • San Jose to introduce bond referendum for affordable housing (NextCity)
    • Meanwhile, voters in Switzerland approve addition of “promoting bicycle infrastructure” to country's constitution (SwissInfo)
    • Official-looking signs in Norway encourage silly walks (Good News Network)

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