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    • Five ways California can improve infrastructure to "unleash the power" of electric cars (USPIRG)
    • It's Distracted Driving Awareness Month
      • which means crackdowns (The Signal)
      • and a call for California to ban all phone use while driving from the National Transportation Safety Board (Modesto Bee)
    • UPS says trucks, bikes, and pedestrians need to coexist peacefully
    • Muni drivers, faced with long commutes, need a better place to sleep than their cars (SF Examiner)
    • Oakland paving plan prioritizes underserved neighborhoods (CBS)
    • Vox says driverless cars will be "unthinkable" in fifty years
    • More on progress of housing-transit bill (Daily Democrat)
    • Nipsey Hussle was trying to buy back his neighborhood (LA Times)
    • Rich San Franciscans start a GoFundMe to fight a homeless shelter; others raise even more to support the homeless (CityLab)
    • Will e-bikes kill the mechanical... er, manual... er, "acoustic" bike? Nah, it's a cockroach (Forbes)
    • Climate change denial on the ground in Miami (Popula)

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