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    • Sunday was international car-free day, although you may not have noticed (Guardian, World Economic Forum)
    • To fix polarization, get politicians out of cars (Politico)
    • Women face extra challenges on transit (Metro Magazine)
    • California has to overhaul its transportation system to fight climate change (SF Chronicle)
    • Finally, California requires a smog check for trucks. Wasn't this already a thing? It was not (Mercury News)
    • Why congestion pricing make sense (US News)
    • Nobody actually wants to be a "supercommuter" (CityObservatory)
    • Emeryville may scrap parking requirements for all new buildings (East Bay Times)
    • Parking reform will save the city (CityLab)
    • CARB approves Tropical Forest Standard, but it remains controversial (The Real News Network, SF Chronicle)
    • California vs. Trump on climate change (LA Times)
    • Navigation apps are making traffic completely unmanageable (IEEE Spectrum)
    • Uber and Lyft drivers use an app to organize (NY Times)

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