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    • Sen. Weiner's TOD bill is “gentler” but still controversial (CALmatters)
    • Cities need to show climate progress with hard data (The Conversation)
    • More recommendations for governor-elect Newsom (BerkeleyLaw)
    • Sebastopol's new electric downtown shuttle is free to ride (Press Democrat)
    • Are e-bike and scooter startups benefiting everyone? (FastCompany)
    • With 710 extension dead, there's money available for other projects in Pasadena (Pasadena Now)
    • Is it possible to design buildings and neighborhoods to be “climate positive”? (CityLab)
    • Less parking could mean more housing (Voice of San Diego)
    • Sprawl residents in Santa Clarita Valley are desperate about the congestion they cause (The Signal)
    • Staff turnover, competition for labor, high costs lead to deterioration of Berkeley streets (Berkeleyside)
    • Riding in a self-driving taxi (The Verge)
    • Congress races to pass a self-driving-car bill (Wired)
    • White House proposal to end tax credits for electric vehicles comes under fire (SmartCitiesDive)

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