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    • New report on climate change is full of bad news (France 24)
    • New wind and solar projects produce cheaper energy than coal (The Guardian)
    • Bikes solve so many problems, and people in Lebanon are catching on (Aljazeera)
    • A lawn care business ranked U.S. cities on their bikeableness (New York Times)
    • San Leandro city council pooh-poohs plan to change rail route to speed trains, avoid conflicts with freight (Mercury News)
    • To be safe in parklets, driving must change (SF Examiner)
    • How to invest transportation dollars to create a greener, more equitable recovery (The City Fix)
    • Disagreement on whether transit is infrastructure is political (Next City)
    • Freeways kill cities (City Commentary)
    • CTC allocates $ to L.A. County transportation projects (Spectrum)
    • Should California build affordable housing on contaminated land? (Capital and Main)
    • The true reason for bike helmet laws (Systemic Failure)

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