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    • More on L.A. Metro considering congestion pricing (Curbed)
    • Federal shutdown is screwing with cities (CityLab)
    • How California could build the housing it needs (Bay City Beacon)
    • State law speeds up housing project in Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
    • LA voters passed a tax to support transit but don't ride it (CityLab)
    • The way we're building cities contributes to serious urban flooding (NRDC)
    • Portland's "Opportunity Zone" is attracting investment--with mixed results (Bloomberg)
    • Consultant shows most public comments opposed cancellation of Toronto's cap-and-trade program (The Star)
    • Meanwhile Toronto protected bike lanes show "shockingly" positive results for all users (Planetizen)
    • Cool way to use plastic waste: turn it into street furniture (New Atlas)

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