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Today’s Headlines

9:03 AM PDT on September 8, 2017

    • Gold Line extension is the perfect project for cap-and-trade money (Daily Bulletin)
    • BART's transit village is more like a parking-oriented village (Systemic Failure)
    • Stockton rolls out fully electric BRT (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Sacramento will try again with local transportation sales tax measure (Sacramento Bee)
    • The path to carbon-free electricity (Capitol Weekly)
    • People want to get their hands on unused Bott's dots, now surplus as Caltrans will not use them on highway lane markings anymore (Mercury News)
    • Ford goes on the attack against texting pedestrians (Planetizen)
    • Lyft planning to introduce self-driving cars in Bay Area (Mercury News)
    • How Colombia has changed the biking experience there (

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