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    • SANDAG to offer minigrants for programs that encourage bicycling (Fox5)
    • SMART's new train service to Larkspur, Novato launches in December (Press Democrat)
    • Madera Amtrak station to move, again (Stop and Move)
    • Analysis of police stop data in Oakland: Are new policies removing racial bias? (Bike Lab)
    • San Francisco considers a "vacancy tax" on empty storefronts (SF Chronicle)
    • And maybe L.A. should consider one on empty homes (LAist)
    • A.B. 5 and the future of transportation (Forbes)
    • Driver in Arizona AV crash bears the brunt of blame, but so does everyone's lax attitude (The Verge)
    • New research from Australia shows building, expanding roads increases car traffic (Domain)
    • Like many cities, Bloomington, Indiana talks about climate change but won't make necessary changes (Transportation Justice)

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