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    • The Black experience of cycling is more than civil rights and tragedy (Bicycling)
    • Even before electrification, Caltrain is reducing GHGs (Progressive Railroading)
    • Stockton Mayor Tubbs is learning, and teaching, a lot about Universal Basic Income (Smart Cities Dive)
    • British docs to begin prescribing bike riding, so bike supply has to be worked out (BBC)
    • Urban planning is a tool for white supremacy (The Conversation)
    • Politico says telecommuting will kill the city
      • But maybe it will "expand opportunity" (Bloomberg)
    • The rich are buying houses while the poor - and not so poor - are facing eviction (Washington Post)
    • How we talk about housing - a commodity? a basic right? - matters (ShelterForce)
    • How Google is spending its promised $1 billion for housing (Fast Company)
    • Another Sacramento bus driver tests positive (Sacramento Bee)
    • COVID and transit (Government Technology)
    • Will COVID change the course of urbanism? (Planetizen)

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