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8:35 AM PDT on September 11, 2017

    • Biking to work means better health and longer life (Washington Post)
    • I-5 at San Diego border will shut down for a long weekend in September (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • New crossing makes things easier for Hayward pedestrians (East Bay Times)
    • Some arguments around expanding the 710, and paying for it (Whittier Daily News)
    • Congestion pricing for L.A. getting some serious discussion (KPCC)
    • Op Ed writer gets heated about free BART fares for employees, family members (East Bay Times)
    • High speed rail is a long-term investment, already paying dividends (Sacramento Bee)
    • In London, they reduced truck traffic even while deliveries increased (Core 77)
    • Hurricane Harvey's damaged vehicles: warnings, insurance, “overabundance of new cars” available to replace them (LA Times)
    • How bike helmets work—and don't (Washington Post)
    • Mexico's earthquake warning gave some over a minute's warning (LA Curbed)

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