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8:55 AM PDT on July 26, 2019

    • Why you should care that fewer kids are riding bikes (Outside)
    • Trump administration dismisses CA/automaker agreement on efficiency standards as a PR stunt (Sacramento Bee, Transport Topics, Route Fifty)
    • With latest pedestrian deaths, SF cops back move to legalize automated speed enforcement (Examiner, CBS)
    • They got the railway built, but agencies, cities won't commit to the promised bike path along the SMART corridor (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Redlands Passenger Rail project launches (Highland News)
    • Housing shortages are not a new phenomenon: One way LA addressed the huge influx of new residents after WWII (Curbed)
    • Planners can help increase opportunity, equity (Planetizen)

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