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    • Lyft didn't mention this part: E-bikes disappeared from Bay Area because they were catching on fire (SF Examiner)
    • Cities should probably have policies on truck deliveries (Governing)
    • San Diego creates new zoning for dense, mixed-use developments (LA Times)
    • San Francisco ditches fees for affordable housing, in-law units (Curbed)
    • Meanwhile, Trump administration wants to weaken housing discrimination laws (NPR)
    • Bill on self-driving cars still in the works in Congress (Reuters)
    • Downsides of autonomous vehicles (World Economic Forum)
    • Sacramento Bee investigators find traders took millions from California energy consumers
    • Researchers really are trying to build a self-riding bike (NY Times)
    • Infrastructure is more than highways (CityLab)
    • Burning Man is a radical experiment in urban design (Governing)

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