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    • San Luis Obispo, facing shortage of school bus drivers, hikes fares to lower ridership (Tribune)
    • Should public transit be free? (NY Times)
    • Critics say federal AV policy is reminiscent of hands-off approach that led to problems with aircraft (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Uber calls on Congress to work on pedestrian, bicycle safety (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Why it's so hard to cut emissions from trucks, buses (Pew Trusts)
    • Study: Cities worldwide continue to develop via sprawl, disconnected streets (Science Daily)
    • Mapping land use in the U.S. (Visual Capitalist)
    • E-commerce increases emissions by 30%, traffic congestion too (Smart Cities World)
    • Redlined neighborhoods more likely to be hotter, have fewer trees (NPR)
    • Becerra weighs in on legal battle over condo project in San Mateo (SF Chronicle)
    • Mothers 4 Housing are in jail, and house's corporate owner is pleased (USA Today)

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