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8:35 AM PDT on October 13, 2016

    • San Francisco gets to keep its guerrilla bike lane protection (CityLab)
    • A banner year for California climate change laws (Union of Concerned Scientists)
    • NY Times weighs in on L.A.'s quest to cut fossil fuels
    • L.A. is a “living lab” on fighting climate change (USC News)
    • S.F. set to receive federal congestion management funds for carpools, transit (SFGate)
    • One city's experiment with free transit (Guardian)
    • Collision maps show where cyclists want to go (Strong Towns)
    • Saturday: watch “innovative implosions” to remove old Bay Bridge piers—unless rain? (CalSTA)
    • Mercedes: Of course our driverless cars will protect car occupants before other people (AutoExpress)
    • Lots of transportation measures on 2016 ballots (Engineering News Record)

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