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    • Uber drops e-bikes in San Diego (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Tiny vehicles and the new safety in numbers (Medium)
    • Autonomous vehicles could lead to decrease in car ownership, but only in cities (Axios)
    • Join Strong Towns to document Black Friday parking use (Strong Towns)
    • HSR opponents say state auditor report means HSR must die (Press Telegram)
    • Solana Beach getting serious about plastics ban (LA Times)
    • The air in California has been really, really bad (Bloomberg)
    • Now it's the “radical environmentalists” who are to blame for California fires, according to the very uninformed Trump administration (LA Times)
    • Trouble at HQ means a big bicycle retailer may close stores nationally (News Observer)
    • Why affordable housing is scarce in progressive cities (Curbed)
    • Prevent urban sprawl, save money (World Resources Institute)
    • Very scary: Trump administration hints it might share census information (Washington Post)

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