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8:44 AM PST on February 2, 2022

    • Scraper Bikes! (NBC)
    • An interesting - but unsuccessful - attempt to gather data on quality of jobs, not just numbers (Capital and Main)
    • Oakland will lower some speed limits (Oaklandside)
    • Rail line in southeast LA approved (Mass Transit)
    • SANDAG gets money for rail projects (Mass Transit)
    • California is planning clean energy transmission upgrades (CalMatters)
    • Newsom announces grants for homeless housing in LA, Sacramento (Office of the Governor)
    • Here's how to build affordable housing (SF Chronicle)
    • Land trust buys affordable housing in SF (Next City)
    • Higher gas prices might be helping curb sprawl (Anthropocene)
    • Suburban sprawl costs everyone (CNBC)
    • Where flood risk in the US is rising - and who is most at risk (The Conversation)
    • Alameda's waterfront is being developed (SF Chronicle)
    • How Modesto hopes to use a Clean California grant (Modesto Bee)
    • Open Mobility rolls out standards for collecting data on curb space (Smart Cities Dive)

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