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    • Slow streets are the path to a better city (Curbed)
    • Rents will drop in the short term, but that may not help long-term affordability (CBS)
    • Greenhouse gas emissions dropped, but will that be sustained? (SF Chronicle)
    • How to have a safe family bike ride (NY Times)
    • Use a bike for at least one trip per week: #GoByBike (PR Newswire)
    • Have we been relying on traffic deaths for organ donations?? (Kaiser Health News)
    • Universal telecommuting could increase greenhouse gas emissions, traffic (SSTI)
    • CA stands to lose a lot of transportation revenue (Planetizen)
    • How Kansas City's experiment with zero-fare transit is going (U.S. PIRG)
    • UC Berkeley to test, deploy sensors and "smart" technology to manage on-campus parking, traffic (Odessa Arts Online)

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