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8:46 AM PST on December 11, 2015

    • Caltrans tests new crossing signal meant to bring driver's attention to pedestrians who want to cross....with the light (YouTube)
    • MTC rejects Sebastopol's funding application for bike paths; city to rethink its planning process (Sonoma West)
    • Reporter tries biking in L.A. and finds it doesn't kill her (LA Times)
    • Transportation (and health care) special legislative sessions fizzle out (LA Times)
    • The hyperloop will never be superior to high speed rail (CityLab)
    • Allowing bicyclists to treat stop signs as yields won't lead to chaos—this debate is happening in D.C., not S.F. (Greater Greater Washington)
    • Infrared camera shows extent of huge methane leak in Southern California (EDF)
    • VW—Hoaxwagen--gets to investigate itself (Systemic Failure)

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