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8:32 AM PDT on September 9, 2016

    • Governor Brown signs bills extending climate change targets (Capitol Radio)  (Sacramento Bee)
    • Senator Fran Pavely's legacy: Greenhouse gas warrior (Capitol Weekly)
    • Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley is the perfect place for a woonerf (Berkeleyside)
    • New Richmond Bridge lanes—for cars and bikes—are set to open in a year's time (Marin Independent Journal)
    • A “new generation” of bikeways is coming to San Francisco (SFMTA)
    • The Expo Line's effect on exercise (CityLab)
    • The air quality probably isn't so good, but you can't beat the excitement: coworking on a freeway overpass (LAist)
    • One way the rich benefit from global warming: luxury cruises that further eff up the environment (Slate)
    • OMG: LAX employees live in the long-term parking lot: video (NY Times)
    • No escape: this house has been hit by six cars (FastCoExist)
    • How to use a roundabout (Pony Parts)

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