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    • Protected bike lanes completed in SF in record time (Curbed)
    • Lyft would prefer you take a scooter (Bloomberg)
    • Federal bill would consider "freedom"--accessibility--as measure of success for transit projects (Human Transit)
    • Why bicycling has "flatlined" (The Dirt)
    • Long Beach Transit brings on a partner to provide transpo to Las Vegas (Daily Breeze)
    • Air pollution hampers kids' lung development (CityMetric)
    • Farmers in Ohio notice that the climate is changing, but call it "weather weirding," not climate change (Farm and Dairy)
    • Orinda City Council to discuss regional housing plan, which might force it to allow more housing (SFgate)
    • Why it's a bad idea for cities to give tech companies incentives to build (CityLab)

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