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    • In U.S., a growing interest in walkability (Resilience)
    • Introducing the Transit Equity Dashboard (TransitCenter)
    • Temporary bus-only lanes in SF were so successful they may be made permanent (Mass Transit)
    • Transit slowly return to prepandemic service levels (Danville San Ramon)
    • L.A.'s "traffic behavior" is changing (LA Times)
    • Strategies for dealing with too many delivery vans (Bloomberg)
    • The case for using cap-and-trade money for school resilience (Ed Source)
    • East coast states still working on a cap-and-trade system (JD Supra)

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