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    • West Oakland's decades of freeway injustice (Washington Post)
    • Big Oil helped shape Stanford's latest climate research (SF Chronicle)
    • What Santa Cruz Metro's CEO plans to do with that $40 million they just received (Lookout)
    • Sunline Transit adjusts service levels (KESQ)
    • Electrifying commercial delivery vehicles will clean up emissions fastest (ABC)
    • Solano County offers a "call center" with personalized help around transportation options (Daily Republic)
    • Morning inspiration: how one young urbanist got rid of a slip lane (Bike Portland)
    • San Diego protests over housing law: opponents fear parking loss and "overdevelopment" (CBS)
    • NIMBYs just don't wanna give up "their" potential home value (Planetizen)

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