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    • U.S. bicyclist fatalities are at a 25-year high (Route Fifty)
    • Bike-friendly cities should be designed for everybody (EcoWatch)
    • How UCLA students won the right to shape the student community near campus (LA Magazine)
    • Proposed Napa County bike plan released (Napa Valley Register)
    • Santa Barbara railroad track crossings get safety upgrades (KEYT)
    • Santa Maria projects aim to reduce pedestrian injuries (Santa Maria Times)
    • Green New Deal wants to fix U.S. trains (Vox)
      • It also ignores land use--and that's a fatal flaw (Slate)
    • SF Mayor Breed prepares bill to make it cheaper to build affordable housing (SF Chronicle)
    • Hitory of Allensworth, a black township in the San Joaquin Valley (Fresno Bee)
    • Drivers should adopt the "Dutch Reach" habit and make the road safer for people on bikes (Bloomberg)
    • Results are in from Finland's experiment with Universal Basic Income (Huffington Post)

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