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    • Cargo bikes, not drones, are future of urban deliveries (Forbes)
    • How to turn a car town into a bike town (NextCity)
    • Can we go electric before it's too late? (CityLab)
    • Ventura County: Bridge project would end if Prop 6 passes (VCStar)
    • Displacement after the Santa Rosa fire shows uneven outcomes for those with, without money (LA Times)
    • The climate fight isn't over unless you give up (Guardian)
    • Cities made millions selling taxi medallions, but now they're worthless, and drivers are stuck (NPR)
    • High speed rail could transform Fresno (PRI)
    • Free buses are completely changing a city in France (Guardian)
    • And the mayor of Paris wants the city to go gas-free (Intelligencer)

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