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    • 23 governors join California in opposing federal rollback of clean car standards (LA Times)
    • The law insists that you drive a car (The Atlantic)
    • Study: Electric bikes are better for cities than electric cars (Electrek)
    • Freeways transferred wealth out of cities (Plan Philly)
    • BART's new stacked gates are causing a ruckus (SF Chronicle)
    • Bike lanes make cities safer for everyone, not just bicyclists (Outside)
    • Oh dear: bike lanes in Menlo Park might mean less street parking (Palo Alto Daily Post)
    • Riverside considers raising its transportation sales tax (Press Enterprise)
    • Bill would require cities to create safe parking programs for homeless (CBS)
    • Some help homeless by making them as uncomfortable as possible (LA Times)

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