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    • Should L.A. ban cars on Broadway? (LA Times)
    • More people are biking, but kids are biking less (Huffington Post)
    • Police deploy state grants to ticket bike riders, pedestrians--oh and drivers--in San Diego (CBS8)
      • and San Luis Obispo (KSBY)
    • City residents fight over housing near transit (NPR)
    • Moorlach introduces bill to "free" Uber, Lyft of gig worker law written for them (OC Breeze)
    • We need better transit for students (San Jose Spotlight)
    • The dangerous seduction of a trillion trees (Gizmodo)
    • Oregon, like California, is trying to figure out how to let cities lower speed limits (Bike Portland)
    • Introducing: rubber roads for bike, ped safety. No, really (Forbes)
    • Few California car owners know much about EV options (Government Technology)
    • Support for SCAG's regional transportation plan, Connect SoCal (Victorville Daily Press)

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