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    • What do new CEQA exemptions in transit-rich areas mean? (Davis Vanguard)
    • Welp, says Dick Spotswood, bikes won't replace cars, but I gotta admit they sure are popular these days (Marin Independent Journal)
    • We need to learn from those who don't drive (The Seattle Times)
    • Coachella Valley widens a downtown roadway, but adds trees and sidewalks so it's "walkable" (Desert Sun)
    • What GM's Super Bowl ad neglected to mention (Heated)
    • Global warming breaks glacier, flooding towns in India (LA Times)
    • Why did the housing market get so hot during COVID? (Vox)

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