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    • Where car-free streets boosted business (CityLab)
    • Car supremacy and America's traffic paradox (The Week)
    • End red tape for red bus lanes (TransitCenter)
    • Oklahoma signs its version of stop-as-yield law (KFOR)
    • Waymo, Cruise want to run autonomous taxis, deliveries in SF (Reuters)
    • Autonomous vehicles sound great, but they're not all that (Jalopnik)
    • Los Angeles to experiment with free fares on public transit (The American Prospect)
    • Monterey-Salinas Transit to adopt contactless fare payment (
    • European carbon prices are high enough to drive down the use of coal (E&E News)
    • CA fires made people homeless, but Chico keeps harassing them (The Intercept)
    • Newsom proposes funds for homeless (CalMatters)
    • How Bakersfield ended homelessness (Next City)

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