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    • How regional MPOs are doing on climate goals - mostly meh (SSTI)
    • Startup wants to build affordable housing in your (Bay Area) backyard (Fast Company)
    • New bike blog in San Diego (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Stanislaus launches "Walk and Roll" active transportation encouragement campaign (Turlock Journal)
    • Lake County to host (virtual) meetings on new CEQA requirements for transportation projects (Lake County News)
    • California without Lyft or Uber? Other companies - and taxis - ready to step into the breach (Market Watch)
      • Uber CEO: We can't just do it overnight! (The Verge)
    • HUD is likely undercounting homeless population, and small rent increases drive up homelessness (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Amazon buys farmland near Gilroy (Mercury News)
    • Cities that think they are safe from sea level rise may not be (LA Times)
    • Police unions are obstacles to reform (LA Times)

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Advocates Share What It Takes to Fight Highway Expansions in Court 

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Friday Video: Paris Does it Again

Come for the bike-friendly streets, but stay for adopt-a-tree program and all the car-free school roadways.

July 19, 2024

Neighbors Want a BART Stop in San Antonio

It's one of the most densely populated parts of the Bay Area. BART goes right through it. So why not stop there?

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