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    • LADOT recommends keeping Rowena road diet, adding improvements, because it is working (Los Feliz Ledger)
    • Great Redwood Trail gets planning funds, settles EIR dispute (Redheaded Blackbelt)
    • Uber, bleeding money, sets a high value for its IPO (NY Times)
    • Data-driven street safety plan for schools in Tanzania offers lessons for all cities (Curbed)
    • BART General Manager Grace Cunican to retire (SF Chronicle)
    • Cities are rewarding people who ditch their car commutes (Curbed)
    • Another state--this time it's Oregon--considers adopting the Idaho Stop (BikePortland)
    • In Seattle, biking is up: We built it and they came (The Urbanist)
    • When local newspapers shrink, fewer candidates run for mayor (CityLab)

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