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Speed limits are too high; Reimagining urban highways; Measuring complete streets progress; More

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  • Speed limits are too darn high (Vox)
  • A holistic approach to reimagining urban highways (Toole Design)
  • Smart Growth America's guide to measuring complete streets progress
  • Video: America's best bus rapid transit? (City Nerd)
  • San Jose station design moving forward; might cost billions (Railway Age, Silicon Valley)
  • Report: Exempt urban housing from CEQA if you want any built (LAist)
  • Photos of bike riders. And dogs. Not in California (Cascade Bicycle Club)
  • How several NYC neighborhoods are struggling with climate change (NY Times)

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