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8:38 AM PDT on May 19, 2020

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    • All these people working from home could potentially spread gentrification pressures everywhere (RedFin, Bloomberg)
    • How San Francisco is dealing with the coronavirus: transit updates and more (Curbed)
    • Cities are freeing up space from cars (The Guardian)
    • Will coronavirus response kill car-free culture? (Grist)
    • Uber cuts 3,000 more jobs (SF Chronicle)
    • The post-coronavirus future of L.A. (LA Magazine)
    • AV technology is not ready (NY Times)
    • Stop driving even just a little bit over the speed limit (Outside)
    • San Francisco sanctions a tent city (Curbed)
    • America's cities could house everyone, if they choose to (New York Times)
    • How the pandemic is disrupting the usual food supply flows (PPIC)

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