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Why drivers block sidewalks instead of parking in their garages; Santa Rose police easily nab distracted drivers; Cars are $$$$; EV owners are making electricity cheaper for everyone; More

  • Why drivers park on the sidewalk instead of in their garages (SF Standard)
  • Opinion: New data shows why cars should be kept off Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
  • Santa Rosa police issue 217 citations for distracted driving in one week (Press Democrat)
  • The cost of owning and operating cars is driving inflation (Eno Center for Transportation)
  • Report: EV owners are driving down the cost of proving electricity for everyone (Quartz)
  • How transit agencies can outsource operations, successfully (SmartCitiesDive)
  • Supreme Court: Builders can challenge impact fees (LA Times)
  • Is the builder's remedy bringing housing? (Mercury News)
  • Oakland development above BART is like a dense neighborhood in one building (Fast Company)
  • Google threatens to remove California content in response to Journalism Protection bill (Politico)

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