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    • Manhattan Beach decides parklets are too popular, and - unlike drivers - are dangerous and increase traffic (AP News)
    • Transportation has become political (Governing)
    • Fatal crashes persisted even as traffic declined (SF Chronicle)
    • Colorado approves rule requiring climate impact of transportation projects to be measured, mitigated (Colorado Public Radio)
    • Federal memo to states: Please use transportation money to fix what you already have before building new roads (Wired)
    • CA set to get almost $5B from federal highway bill (Daily Republic)
    • When the economy, logistics, color, and COVID collide (Black Voice News)
    • San Jose looks to implement state law allowing denser housing (Patch)
    • Efficiency isn't efficient enough; we have to think about what is sufficient (TreeHugger)

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