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9:18 AM PST on December 7, 2015

    • City of Coronado will reward bicyclists for "good behavior"--and increase citations for "bad behavior" (
    • Muni double-berthing fix still has no timeline (Hoodline)
    • The newly chic DTLA (Sacramento Bee)
    • The federal transportation bill:
    • Heartless Caltrans and CHP throw out homeless people camping under a freeway overpass in Oakland--in the rain (East Bay Express)
    • Here's a better idea for what Caltrans can do with land it has stockpiled for the 710 freeway expansion (LA Times)
    • How you address traffic congestion matters (Move Forward)
    • Ottawa uses a cartoon to explain the consequences of parking minimum (Planetizen)
    • Former governor Schwarzenegger to appear at Paris climate talks (Sacramento Bee)
    • Benefits of automated cars: Florida woman's car turns her in for a hit-and-run (Slate)

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