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2:55 PM PST on December 1, 2016

    • Work begins on massive San Diego corridor project (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Downtown Oakland project could bring many new jobs (East Bay Times)
    • Anti-BART crusader gets state agency to investigate claim that Draymond Green ad lauding BART was illegal (East Bay Time)
    • Consumer group: California oil companies are gouging consumers (LA Times)
    • Why America's roads are more dangerous than Europe's (Vox)
    • In Copenhagen, bikes now outnumber cars (The Guardian)
    • What trees do to urban pollution (Directions)
    • Mapping four billion U.S. commutes shows U.S. "megaregions" (National Geographic)

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