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    • In California, prefab apartment buildings are saving time and money (CALmatters)
    • Lessons from Oakland's adaptive bike share program (Next City)
    • What's bad for the planet is bad for the economy (KQED)
    • Bipartisan Vision Zero Act would fund safe streets (Curbed)
    • Governor Newsom responds to Trump EPA suit on cap-and-trade (SCPR)
    • Trump's trade war with China raises the price of soft-hit posts (Inquirer)
    • The weird, infuriating world of comedy traffic school, a product of California's permissive regulations (Vulture)
    • Columnists at tiny papers continue to fan the flames of the "gas tax bait-and-switch" that never was (The Union)
    • Ethics, equity, and empathy in transportation planning (Regional Planning Association)

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