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Today’s Headlines

8:41 AM PDT on August 10, 2015

    • Morgan Hill gives up on downtown road diet experiment (Morgan Hill Times)
    • Bike injuries dropping in San Luis Obispo County because more bikes (Tribune News)
    • Safer Market Street will prohibit most cars, reduce traffic conflicts on San Francisco's main street, starting this week (Moving SF)
    • Streets in San Fernando Valley will be used for stormwater retention (My News LA)
    • Metropolitan Transportation Commission embarks on study of parking as a regional issue in SF Bay Area (Bay Area Monitor)
    • Pundits begin weighing in on funding CA transportation in preparation for special legislative session beginning next week (San Diego Union-Tribune)
    • US Senator introduces bill to raise gas tax (The Hill)
    • How driverless cabs could reduce urban traffic (The Atlantic)

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