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8:42 AM PDT on September 27, 2017

    • Uber, Lyft account for 2/3 of congestion-related violations in downtown S.F. (Examiner)
    • SMART ridership surpasses projections, more bike accommodation needed (Press Democrat)
    • Caltrain business plan taking shape (Patch)
    • Workshops: Caltrans seeks public comment on guidelines for State of Good Repair funding (Lake County News)
    • The bad drivers around your kid's school (are you one of them?) (CityLab)
    • Judge rewrites gas tax repeal language (LA Times)
    • US climate change policy: Made in California (NY Times)
    • Is California considering banning fossil-fuel-powered cars? (Transport Topics)
    • Report: The U.S. is failing at making communities more walkable (Fast Company)
    • S.F. tries an ordinance to crack down on bike chop shops (SF Gate)
    • Bikes aid in earthquake recovery in Mexico City (Cycling Tips)
    • Saudi women just won the right to drive (Vox)

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