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    • Newsom, Cox face off over transportation issues (KTVU, LA Times)
    • Sebastopol seeks input on pedestrian safety (Sonoma West)
    • Seeing wide streets as a tool of oppression (Strong Towns)
    • CA doubles carbon intensity reduction requirements of transportation fuel (Planetizen)
    • One car-free day reduced black carbon in Brussels by 80% (Eltis)
    • Cities have fifteen months to reverse climate change (Curbed)
    • Climate change modeling outputs vary, but all see declining water sources in California (Water Deeply)
    • How Jump designed a global electric bike (Wired)
    • Stroopwafels helped legalize food bikes in Sacramento (Comstock)

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