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8:35 AM PDT on July 30, 2020

    • NACTO recommends throwing out 'outdated' 85th-percentile speed rule (SmartCitiesDive)
    • Sacramento will lower speed limits in the city (KCRA)
    • Study of east coast cap-and-trade program finds it benefits children's health in many ways (, Environmental Health Perspectives)
    • Britain creates a government department for biking and walking (City Lab)
    • What will happen to school buses when classes are online? (School Transportation News)
    • Too many Berkeley city councilmembers live in duplexes, recuse themselves from decision on rent control exemption (Berkeleyside)
    • Trump stokes racial division and fear (CNN)
    • To build more housing, zoning but also parking requirements, size limits have to change (CityLab)
    • Farmworkers are risking their lives (The Center Square)

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