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    • Parents disagree with transportation "experts" on what makes a space safe for kids on bikes (Science Daily)
    • Hey, Media! Bike lanes are not "controversial." Get with it already (Outside)
    • SUVs are deadly; should we ban them from cities? (The Guardian)
    • Meanwhile the FHWA wants to save us from the danger of rainbow crosswalks (NY Times)
    • Amsterdam is deploying a series of "car-mitigation strategies" (CityLab)
    • PG&E readies to shut off power across Northern California (SF Chronicle)
      • Including almost the entire Bay Area (Curbed)
    • Waymo is mapping L.A. for future autonomous vehicle testing (CNBC)
    • Plans to widen highway 99 canceled, and there will be pushback (Visalia Times Delta)
    • The number of black homeless people is way out of proportion with their population (Comstock Magazine)
    • Reactions to weak statewide rent cap prove that landlords are not in it to provide housing (LA Times)
    • Marin County - and the Pacific Legal Foundation - may help the Supreme Court strike down inclusionary zoning (CityLab)

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