California plan to see cars aren't king

The state that invented the freeway looks like a parking lot at rush hour in many cities, but now it's looking to lead a push to rid the population of its car-centric attitude.

Vacant industrial land near salt marshes and a derelict rail bridge seem like an odd setting for the beginnings of a lifestyle revolution in scenic California, but planners in the San Francisco Bay suburb of Newark view it as just that.

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