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8:34 AM PDT on August 26, 2020

    • Lesson from Lafayette: "sue the suburbs" on housing until they give up (East Bay Times)
    • Why is the legislature spending time targeting bike and scooter share? (LA Daily News)
    • Bikes and the changing global economy (NPR)
    • Airlines are returning to SFO (SF Gate)
    • Sacramento transit leaders reject light rail line (Mass Transit)
    • New street breaks ground in Petaluma (Petaluma 360)
    • Connecting racial justice with transportation modeling (Human Transit)
    • Black homeowners face discrimination in appraisals (NY Times)
    • Oakand makes plan to "clear" homeless encampment (Medium)
    • The US Post Office also supplies environmental benefits (Inverse)
    • The corporate chaos behind Republicans' silence on climate change (New Republic)
    • Latest cap-and-trade auction is doing fine, thanks (EDF)

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