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    • Is this the year California okays speed cameras? (LA Times)
    • What's missing from Newsom's budget proposal (CalBike)
    • Congressmembers urge NHTSA to prioritize pedestrian safety in vehicle ratings (Rep. Raskin)
    • King County explores fare-free transit (NBC)
    • Planned bike lanes in Berkeley fall victim to ... something very murky (Berkeleyside)
    • Taylor Swift is giving transit a (temporary) boost (Governing)
    • What Brussels learned - and can teach - about reducing car dependency (Bloomberg)
    • Why downtown stores are closing (it's not because of crime) (CNN)
    • Beautification and photo-ops vs radical reimagination of cities (Free Press Journal)

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