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8:50 AM PDT on July 15, 2016

Crosswalks don't have to be boring. Photo: Feature China/Barcroft Media via the Guardian
Crosswalks don't have to be boring. Photo: Feature China/Barcroft Media via the Guardian
Crosswalks don't have to be boring. Photo: Feature China/Barcroft Media via the Guardian
    • Creative solution for potholes: Counties test what happens when you rip out the paving (Press Democrat) (Wired)
    • Cap-and-trade amendments:
    • CARB rejects VW's recall plan as inadequate (CBS)
    • Pictures: creative crosswalks around the world (Guardian)
    • A new life for urban alleys (CityLab)
    • California should stay the course on the low carbon fuel policy (Trucks.com)
    • Study: AAA finds nearly eighty percent of drivers have bad road rage (Science Daily)
    • Oakland gives affordable housing preference to displaced residents (East Bay Times)
    • Senators call for federal investigation of Airbnb (CurbedSF)
    • Are Uber and Lyft transit—so people can use tax-free benefits to pay for them? (Slate)

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