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  • Funeral held for transit in Oakland, San Francisco (SF Gate)
    • A state bailout for transit would only be the beginning (Mission Local)
  • What happens when cities run out of money (Slate)
  • California's Transformative Climate Communities program is a model to follow (LAist)
  • Zoom and the future of cities (NY Times)
  • Science says: people do not like looking at cars (Scientific American)
  • Why San Francisco does not want 24/7 driverless taxis (SF Chronicle)
  • What happened to the promises about fixing racist highway construction? (Fast Company)

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