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    • America has invested heavily in parking, and it's killing the economy (Business Insider)
    • Many people have very large auto loans, and struggle to pay them off (Sacramento Bee)
    • The connections between cars, debt, and jail (Public Books)
    • Can public transit recover? (CalMatters)
    • EVs won't save us - we need sustainable transit (Chicago Policy Review)
    • SFMTA drops proposal to make Clay Street transit lane permanent (SFGate)
    • Santa Clara VTA moves to seize properties for San Jose BART project (East Bay Times)
    • April Fools' Day pranks by transit agencies (The Buzzer)
    • Six minutes on a bike can boost your brain power (Bicycle Network)
    • This is what ebikes can do for everyone (Diablo Magazine)
    • Picking apart Mitt Romney's claim that bike lanes increase emissions (Mother Jones)
    • What cities can do about the most dangerous drivers (Bloomberg)

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