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    • Plan for Sacramento light rail moves ahead (Capital Public Radio)
    • LA Metro's traffic reduction study gearing up (The Source)
    • Lessons from Oakland's 20-year BRT saga (Transit Center)
    • Santa Barbara's State Street, closed to cars, has seen lots of biking and walking - and the bikes are just too much for some (News Press)
    • Construction begins on multi-use path in Santa Barbara (Edhat)
    • Davis installs new bike lockers at Amtrak station (Daily Democrat)
    • How urban leaders could save us from SUVs (CityLab)
    • Bay Area home prices are still going up (SF Chronicle)
    • Local climate action in US proves resilient to COVID (TheCityFix)

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