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    • Your apps know where you are, and are selling your data (NY Times)
    • Good pedestrian and bicyclist data is hard to come by (Eno Transportation)
    • Berkeley city council approves scooters—for now (Berkeleyside)
    • Public expectations for San Jose Google campus (Silicon Valley Business Journal)
    • Citing racial disparities, cities rethink punishment for transit fare evasion (Governing)
    • There's a new industry guide on bicycle and transit integration (Mass Transit)
    • Climate risk, emissions, and urban density (Curbed)
    • State money goes to rail projects (RT&S)
    • How climate policies affect jobs (hint: they don't kill them) (The Conversation)
    • L.A. is raising speed limits so cops can enforce them (LA Times)

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