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    • Interview with the founder of Streets For All (LA Times)
    • LA finds that protected bike lanes increase biking (Urbanize LA)
    • Our real climate and transportation policy: cheap gas (CityCommentary)
    • The dark side of transportation electrification (Forbes)
    • Altering the pitch for federal money to match Biden priorities (Washington Post)
    • Can America's road builders break the highway habit? (Bloomberg)
    • Designing tiny house communities for homeless people (LA Times)
    • Zoom fatigue is real, and worse for women (SF Chronicle)

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