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    • Volkswagen says 11 million cars worldwide contain deceptive software (NY Times)
    • Riding a bike to the Emmys: it's no big deal, people (Hollywood Reporter)
    • Tech bus drivers can't afford to live in the Bay Area (SF Chronicle)
    • Who's funding Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson's “secret government”? (Dead Spin)
    • Debate: When should California switch from LOS to VMT? (Planetizen)
    • Marin communities draft list of transportation funding priorities (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Why Uber is wise to destroy itself before everyone else does (SF Chronicle)
    • Census says poverty, homelessness declined in California last year (PPIC)
    • Study: Drivers have the most stressful commute (CityLab)
    • The truth is out: opponents of relaxed parking minimums say they will make the city too attractive (CityLab)
    • Folding chairs placed by locals spur transit agency to add bus benches (Lawrence Journal-World)

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