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8:43 AM PDT on June 28, 2017

    • Nope. Your commute is not more important than others' safety (LA Times)
    • Recap of workshops on regional GHG targets (Safe Routes to School)
    • Piedmont plants a park in an intersection to make it safer (East Bay Times)
    • San Rafael tries a shared-cost program to fix sidewalks (Marin Independent Journal)
    • New SMART train in Marin/Sonoma to offer free rides this week (Press Democrat)
    • Bay Area's bike-share system rethinks fare structure when bike rental companies charge unfair competition (SF Examiner)
    • Surprise! Data shows L.A. drivers really are the worst (LA Times)
    • Golden Gate bridge toll to rise a bit next week (SF Gate)
    • L.A.'s Vision Zero campaign raises concerns about enforcement (SPCR)
    • Berkeley mayor's inconsistency makes it harder to get housing projects approved (Oakland Magazine)
    • Autonomous vehicle testing partnership forms in CA (Mass Transit)

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