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    • Finally! After successful pilot--faster deliveries, happier employees--Domino's to expand pizza delivery via ebike (Electrek)
    • How transit could save the world: make it easier to access (Bloomberg)
    • Monterey-Salinas colleges expand fare-free transit zones for students (Monterey-Herald)
    • "Absurdist geographer" creates graphics from badly designed intersections (Dallas News)
    • The conservative case for clean air regulations (Yahoo Finance)
    • "Kochland" describes how the Koch brothers funded climate change denial (New Yorker)
    • How segregation created traffic jams (New York Times Magazine)
    • Transportation is more than traffic: Measuring walkability (D.C. Policy Center)
    • Tahoe tries bus-only shoulder lanes, park-and-ride, shuttles, bike-share....and crossing guards to manage peak traffic (Tahoe Daily Tribune)
    • Well, it's a funny story anyway: Man tries to avoid tolls, tickets with vanity license plate, instead gets all the bills (The Drive)
    • Northeast "cap and invest" program could boost transit (Streetsblog Massachusetts)
    • Is this San Diego complex a model for transit oriented development? (San Diego Union Tribune)

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