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    • Could Berkeley's Telegraph Ave be car-free? (East Bay Times)
    • CA High-Speed Rail explainer (Medium)
    • Transit validation: A new proposal from Prof. Donald Shoup to cut stadium parking (CityLab)
    • Los Angeles has plenty of housing--for cars (LA Times)
    • Uber, Lyft are skirting A.B. 5 (SF Chronicle)
    • CA utilities are prepping for transportation electrification (Utility Dive)
    • CA cities sue for damages from oil industry (SF Chronicle)
    • During December strike, Parisians got a taste for bicycling, and seem to like it (The Local)
      • And the city is moving towards bike-friendly streets everywhere (Eltis)
    • Doesn't matter if it's electric, that SUV is still a selfish, harmful, pretentious coverup (Vice)
    • More honk, more wait in Mumbai (NY Times)

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