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Today’s Headlines

7:55 AM PDT on June 23, 2017

    • S.F. bike rental companies fear new bike-share pricing plan will destroy them (SF Examiner)
    • Berkeley to make changes to its protected intersection (Berkeleyside)
    • But American Canyon can't figure out how to fix a dangerous intersection (Times Herald)
    • Everything you need to know about the new Transbay Transit Center (Curbed)
    • How people crossed the S.F. Bay before BART—with photos (SF Gate)
    • New report shows CA's fuel standards are working (NRDC)
    • Why disabled parking spots are so hard to find (LA Times)
    • Affordable housing:
      • San Diego proposes regulation  changes (CBS8)
      • Menlo Park developer plans more units (Mercury News, Almanac)
      • Santa Ana approves assistance for projects, despite questions (OC Register)
    • Caltrans to hold workshops on transportation planning grants (SCVTV)
    • Cap on emissions from Bay Area oil industries delayed (Mercury News)
    • Zombies serve their community, help train bike cops (Bicycling)

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