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    • Every bus in this country deserves its own lane (Curbed)
    • Eight ideas for reining in the fossil fuel industry (The Guardian)
    • Scooters are coming back to San Francisco streets (SF Chronicle)
    • A few chosen safe streets advocacy organizations to get access to mobility data (Spin)
    • She fights for the climate, but that giant carbon footprint.... (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • The North 710 is really, really dead (Pasadena Star-News)
    • Honolulu removed crosswalks, banned text-walking - and doubled the rate of pedestrian deaths (Honolulu Civil Beat)
    • Top speed limit of 20 mph made Edinburgh a better place (Scotsman)
    • Using redlining maps to rectify housing inequalities isn't good enough (Brookings)
    • The immigrants Trump denounces have helped revive the cities he scorns (New York Times)

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