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    • Scott James Finds Reasons to Pick on SF's Pavement to Parks Program (Bay Citizen)
    • NY Considers P2P Program a Model, Wants to Add More "Pop-Up Cafes" (Streetsblog NY)
    • Spacing Toronto: "The Myth of the Cyclist as Urban Warrior"
    • Caltrans' Contract Program for Minorities Survives Court Challenge (SF Gate)
    • Study: Young Churchgoers Likely to Be Overweight by 50 (USA Today)
    • Street Race Crash in Santa Clara Leaves 23-year-old Woman Critically Injured (Merc)
    • Petaluma Family Escapes Injury After Driver Crashes Into Their Home (Press Democrat)
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