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8:48 AM PDT on September 14, 2017

    • Sebastopol residents want lower speed limits, are stymied by state regulations (Press Democrat)
    • Temecula to form “lane expansion task force” to “solve congestion” (Press Enterprise)
    • Curbed LA maps coming Long Beach developments
    • Bill to raise Bay Area bridge tolls moves forward (Mercury News)
    • Caltrans meets its deadlines for spending money, gets $274.5 million from Feds as a reward (Central Valley Business Times)
    • Report: Investments needed in San Joaquin Valley communities to prepare them for high-speed rail (Mercury News)
    • Just-released federal guidelines on self-driving cars recommend states limit their regulatory role (SF Gate)
    • Politicians avoid talking about climate change in wake of hurricanes (Politico)

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