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    • Climate still needs to be the priority (IPCC)
    • People for Bikes' city rankings are a roadmap for improving biking (Treehugger)
    • Global revenue from car and bike share could rise (Bloomberg)
    • LA Metro to try land-banking as a way to prevent displacement from transit projects (Planetizen)
    • Considerations for environmentally friendly housing at Berkeley BART (Berkeleyside)
    • SF to consider ending single-family zoning (SF Chronicle)
    • Grand jury says Anaheim leaders betrayed voters on Angel Stadium deal (Voice of OC)
    • A move to rescue Diablo Canyon gains some steam (CalMatters)
    • Industry pushes Newsom to allow autonomous trucking in California (Tech Crunch)
    • The key role of libraries in creative and innovative cities (Arch Daily)

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