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9:13 AM PST on December 8, 2015

    • Crowdsourced apps might do a better job reporting Bay Area transit delays than official ones (GovTech)
    • More on federal transportation bill:
    • How free holiday parking in Oakland is hurting business (East Bay Express)
    • On biking while black, South L.A., and car-free dating (LA Times)
    • City in CA loses lawsuit on substandard road design for bicycles (SSTI)
    • The best thing you can do for the environment: take fewer car trips (Mobility Lab)
    • Will California's Interregional Transportation Improvement Plan support funding for highway projects or multi-modal transportation? (Safe Routes to School)
    • Real estate investors are hot for Oakland's disappearing “Auto Row”  (San Francisco Business Journal)
    • An idea for funding affordable housing (City Observatory)
    • Climate policies are “chilling” housing development in CA—sprawl development, that is (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Guidelines released for Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program (Safe Routes to School)

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