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8:45 AM PDT on October 7, 2016

    • No, bicycle lanes don't cause traffic jams (Guardian)
    • An economist on infrastructure: it's not the amount we invest, it's what we invest in (Vox)
    • Podcast: Former US Transportation Secretary discusses infrastructure investment (Strong Towns)
    • Feds embrace Vision Zero (Fast Lane)
    • San Gabriel Valley conference will focus on improving freight conditions (American Journal of Transportation)
    • Union of Concerned Scientists grades oil companies on accountability, deception
    • Starting the tough smart-city conversations (Mobility Lab)
    • Neighbors fight Mission District housing project: Low-income seniors will take their parking (Mission Local)
    • Awards: Davis, Colma, American Canyon, Benicia, Emeryville, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and Santa Monica win recognition for energy efficiency and sustainability (Davis Enterprise)
    • We don't actually know very much about the first mile/last mile problem (Transportist)
    • Oakland company wants to "revolutionize" parking—but not really (San Francisco Business Times)

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