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    • Governor Newsom can help the environment by signing the Complete Streets bill (CALmatters)
    • Uber- and Lyft-induced traffic is a hint of the nightmare gridlock autonomous vehicles would bring (Gizmodo)
    • Why transit ridership is rising in these cities (Transit Center)
    • Institute for Transportation & Development Policy releases BRT guide for U.S. cities (ITDP)
    • Swedish transit ad uses toy cars to show the scale of change transit use could bring (Metro Magazine)
    • Rents are rising in Central Valley cities where salaries are low (CityLab)
    • L.A. leaders call for a state of emergency on homelessness (LA Times)
    • The anti-homeless boulders of Clinton Park, San Francisco, galvanize attention but not useful action (Curbed)
    • Cities use dashboards to analyze data (Route Fifty)
    • U.S. protectionist stance on Chinese goods could affect hundreds of bus factory jobs in Southern California (LA Times)
    • E-bike companies seek exclusions from Chinese tariffs after one was successful (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Street balance in Zurich (CityLab)

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