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8:28 AM PDT on August 8, 2017

    • Multimodal transportation brings freedom, opportunity, security (Planetizen)
    • New BART station has zero pedestrian access (Systemic Failure)
    • We should have such problems: tons of bike parking, not enough (Guardian)
    • Bike-share facing resistance in San Francisco (CBS)
    • Caltrans is hiring. A lot (Sacramento Bee)
    • Riverside streetcar is stalled (Press Enterprise)
    • Electric vehicle manufacturer will move to Hanford, CA—near future HSR stop (Elektrek, Visalia Times Delta)
    • How skateboarders increase safety for everyone (Guardian)
    • Are we undercounting the homeless population? (NY Times)
    • Lawmakers who voted for cap-and-trade were among top recipients of oil lobby donations (CBS)
    • Podcast: Local effects of cap-and-trade bills (KALW)
    • Lawsuit filed over federal deletion of GHG tracking requirement (SSTI)

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