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9:16 AM PST on December 9, 2015

    • Most bicycle commuters "feel health benefits" (BikeBiz)
    • SF Bike Yield law passes first committee, needs at least eight supervisor votes next week (Hoodline)
    • Sacramento light rail won't reach airport any time soon (Sacramento Bee)
    • Downtown L.A. office market is heating up (Wall Street Journal)
    • Federal transportation bill: FAST Act pulled a fast one (City Observatory)
    • Local governments are losing watchdogs as free weekly papers die out (Governing)
    • Why aren't cities planning for self-driving cars? (CityLab)
    • Taking a walk in downtown L.A. with David Ulin (LA Downtown News)
    • San Francisco commutes getting longer for all but the wealthy (SF Chronicle)
    • Another exhausting year for high speed rail (Sacramento Business Journal)
    • Here's something for the urban planner on your gift list: Bay Area Regional Planner, the game (SFCurbed)

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