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    • In a global health emergency, the bicycle shines (CityLab)
    • Bike shop business is booming (Guardian)
    • LA Times' Vartabedian, who derides progress on California's high speed rail program at every opportunity, has the warm fuzzies for planned HSR to nowhere Las Vegas
    • Huge housing development at former military base in Concord won't go forward (SF Chronicle)
    • US Senate passes massive relief plan, House votes next (SF Chronicle)
    • Policy after the recession has favored the wealthy (Nonprofit Quarterly)
    • Curb management strategies for COVID responses (Walker Consultants)
    • Ten designs that are fighting COVID-19 (Guardian)
    • San Diego freezes evictions, landlords plea for help (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Cities are not prepared for this (Smart Cities Dive)
    • The internet is bowing under the strain (Tech Crunch)
    • Uber and Lyft are considered "essential" but drivers and passengers are at risk (CityLab)

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