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    • Three separate problems—a broken rail, a helium balloon hitting a power line, a man on the track--caused major delays on BART yesterday (SFGate)  (Contra Costa Times)  (Lamorinda Patch)
    • ...and Uber prices surged (CBS)
    • Sacramento considers its streetcar plan (Sacramento Bee)
    • Bakersfield will use Caltrans grant to improve bus stops (Bakersfield Californian)
    • Modesto considering changes to downtown parking plan that aren't entirely Shoupian (CBS)
    • Mountain View prepares to release development rights to tech companies (Silicon Valley Business Journal)
    • A New Yorker tries to navigate LA by transit (NY Times)
    • San Francisco to build a raised bike lane (CityLab)
    • High tech solutions prevented Carmageddon when Santa Monica closed the Incline (Santa Monica Lookout)
    • This is how bills get passed in Sacramento (KQED)

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