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    • San Joaquin Regional Transit considers cutting intercity routes (Mass Transit)
    • Ads opposing tax measure for SMART rail expansion in North Bay throw everything at it (SF Chronicle)
    • Advocates oppose parking garage at Transbay plaza--area is suppose to be for transit (SF Chronicle)
    • About having armed police on public transportation (Pedestrian Observations)
    • Uber, Lyft produce more emissions than regular old car trips (Curbed)
    • What's at stake if California doesn't catch up to its climate goals? (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Why "mother-in-law units" matter (Sightline Institute)
    • Oakland to use FEMA trailers to house 70 of its homeless people (SF Chronicle)
    • Turning a supermarket into a homeless shelter (Popup City)
    • Hollister Ranch sues state to get out of providing public access as law requires (LA Times)
    • Why is it so hard to build big public projects? (Curbed)

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