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    • Study: Demand from white people causes most pollution, while people of color suffer most from it (NPR)
    • On-demand shuttles coming to L.A.'s Westside (Patch)
    • More on bike commute tax benefit proposal (Fast Company)
    • Scooter companies are all about data (Politico)
    • S.F.'s "Scenic Drives" are better as walks (KCBS)
    • Pedestrian deaths are going up; "experts" dance around the reasons why (KWBE)
    • Electrification is not enough to decarbonize transport (Treehugger)
    • The Green New Deal is already happening in cities (Governing)
    • Kaiser invests $3 million to end homelessness (Sacramento Bee)
    • How 3 cities ended homelessness (Fast Company)
    • Head of U.S. EPA firmly believes in "clean coal" (Think Progress)

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