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8:52 AM PDT on September 16, 2015

    • Ventura considering a sales tax hike for as-yet-undefined transportation projects (LA Times)
    • San Jose affordable housing law may go to Supreme Court (San Jose Mercury News)
    • At capacity during peak hours, BART increases length and number of trains (Daily Cal)
    • High Speed Rail Authority holds workshops in Bay Area (CalWatchdog)
    • Sharing economy divides CA Democratic lawmakers (CalMatters)
    • Free transit experiment in Montana brings unexpected benefits (Mobility Lab)
    • New ways of counting pedestrians could change city planning (Next City)
    • What cities need to consider in anticipation of changing transportation trends (MobilityLab)
    • Is Uber's ultimate goal the privatization of local governance? (The Guardian)
    • The “prisoner's dilemma” of local-only planning (City Observatory)
    • Photo gallery: before and after photos of better street designs (CityLab)
    • A different story out of Syria: Damascus college students take to bicycles (Al-Fanar Media)

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