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8:11 AM PDT on October 11, 2016

    • San Diego trolley extension could be a game-changer (San Diego Union-Tribune)
    • New S.F. bike route signs include estimated travel time (SFBC)
    • BART shows off “Fleet of the Future” (East Bay Times)
    • How to make city streets more friendly (Strong Towns)
    • Parking in Oakland will be converted to office space (SocketSite)
    • Berkeley approves car sales and parking in area that should have housing (Berkeleyside)
    • American Canyon installs a stop sign where pedestrian was hit—in a city where drivers “routinely do not stop at stop signs” (Napa Valley Register)
    • Private ferries approved for San Francisco Bay crossings (SF Chronicle)
    • Video: Caltrans tests implosion of old Bay Bridge stanchions (CBS)

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