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    • Housing policy is climate policy (NY Times)
    • Bike path alongside SMART railway is taking way too long to finish (Press Democrat)
    • How many trees are needed to cool a city street: 40% canopy cover (Popular Science)
    • Residents wanted long-haul bus service to Westwood, Las Vegas, so Long Beach transit agency found partners to provide it (Business Journal)
    • Development in Santa Barbara would threaten pedestrian safety (Edhat)
    • Americans are driving more than ever (Route Fifty)
    • More on tool to estimate induced travel in California (SSTI)
    • Testing Google's walking directions of the future (Gizmodo)
    • It's possible to attach your own private car to Amtrak--for now (CityLab)
    • An ancient trash pit reveals how a climate shift decimated an ancient city (National Geographic)
    • People are really confused about the benefits and drawbacks of one-way streets (LAist)

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