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    • Santa Clara VTA considers using eminent domain for BART station site (Mercury News)
    • Public transportation can save the world, if we let it (The Verge)
    • Hundreds of traffic stops last year ended with cops killing unarmed people (NY Times)
    • In housing, what's old is new again (Granola Shotgun)
    • Podcast: California's top housing officials on housing affordability, accountability (CalMatters)
    • USDOT, CA launch new supply chain infrastructure program (Engineering News-Record)
    • Paris: The City of Bikes (Grist)
    • The weird and glorious celebration that is Bike Kill (Gothamist)

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