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  • San Diego Votes to Get Rid of Parking Minimums in Downtown, Local Newspaper Gives Worst Possible Take (Union-Tribune)
  • How Much Will Newsom's Housing Plan Cost? (SacBee)
  • SacBee Editorial Board Has Some Ideas for Him
  • San Diego Officials Propose Removing Vision Zero Project from Low Income Area (Union-Tribune)
  • More Than One Person Has Been Killed by Cars in Long Beach Every Week (LB Post)
  • Orange County E-Bike Shops Hit Hard by Trump Tariffs (OC Register)
  • Bay Area Housing Market Cools, But Still Crazy (SFChron)
  • South L.A. Broadway/Manchester Getting Complete Street Upgrade in South L.A. (Sentinel)
  • At Least One Super Bowl Player Has Appeared in Vision Zero Commercials (Biking in L.A.)

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