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    • Jump bikes are more popular than Uber in Sacramento (Sacramento Bee)
    • Lime bikes pulling out of Bay Area cities to focus on scooters (Mountain View Voice)
    • Newsom tackles the problems of high-speed rail amidst criticism (LA Times)
    • Caltrans argues for wider roads and removing crosswalks in Eureka (North Coast Journal)
    • San Rafael multi-use path construction hits a few delays (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Sacramento State launches on-campus electric driverless shuttles (Sacramento Bee)
    • The merits of a pedestrian-friendly city (New Times)
    • SANDAG's new executive director tells the board to get real (Voice of San Diego)
    • State bill proposes limit on cities' ability to downzone to prevent dense housing (Urbanize Los Angeles)
    • Where California teachers have the hardest time paying rent, mortgages (Sacramento Bee)
    • Connecting housing and transportation in the state budget (Desert Sun)

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