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    • Congressmember Blumenthal calls for Uber, Lyft to share date on risky drivers, start fingerprinting (Washington Post)
    • The problem with one person on a national board having an outsize voice: Jumping on the "there oughtta be a bike helmet law" bandwagon (Autoblog, Hawaii Tribune, Davis Vanguard)
    • Golly gee! In Copenhagen, people use bikes for everything car drivers do here! (NY Times)
    • CA grants for affordable housing, bike and walk infrastructure (Patch)
    • CalEPA talks about how to reduce reliance on fossil fuels this week in Bakersfield (
    • Build bike infrastructure now (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • How to reach U.S. net zero emissions: Decarbonize transportation (Forbes)
    • CA says San Diego is undermining state's climate plan (LA Times)
    • What self-driving cars can't see is a matter of life and death (Washington Post)
    • Barcelona models a city designed by women (Arch Daily)
    • Parking validation rewards driving--what if you don't? (
    • What does transportation equity mean? (University of Toronto)

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