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    • Report: Climate-friendly transportation planning makes economic sense (Colorado Public Radio)
    • US lawmakers to vote this week on transit, high-speed rail funding (Reuters, Washington Post)
    • Research on pedestrian movements wins IgNobel prize (Expatica)
    • How to end the American dependence on driving (Vox)
    • San Jose considers dropping minimum parking requirements (Patch)
    • Woman sues SF over parking ticket, saying chalk violates her rights (SF Chronicle)
    • Oakland to get CHP help to "crack down" on speeding, reckless driving (Mercury News)
    • Homeless "sweep" in Berkeley did not mean everyone there got housing (CapRadio)
    • Why Berkeley's mayor changed his mind on housing (Business Insider)

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