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    • The bicycle as an economic lifeline (Planetizen)
    • Defend bike infrastructure (Resilience)
    • SF Muni faces budget deficit: what that could mean (SF Chronicle)
    • US Treasury broadens definition of EVs to include more behemoths (Bloomberg)
    • San Jose trying to think creatively about parking needs and use (Mercury News)
    • Brightline rail and solar project could destroy delicate Mojave terrain (LA Times)
    • Fresno Sheriffs get a custom van to keep comfy and cool while clearing camps and dumping the belongings of homeless people (Fresnoland)
    • The climate case for San Francisco to get those 82,000 homes built (The Frisc)
    • They were warned years ago - and sure enough, now a luxury housing development is out of water (Fresnoland)
    • What exactly is your neighborhood's climate impact? (New York Times)

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