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9:05 AM PDT on October 9, 2017

    • Caltrans considers roundabouts on Highway 49 (The Union)
    • Vulnerable communities bear the brunt of noise pollution, too (CityLab)
    • Driver arrested for driving into bicyclists (Sacrament Bee)
    • Alameda gets bike-share (East Bay Times)
    • Bicyclists: Slow down around pedestrians (Spokesman-Review)
    • Governor signs bill requiring bus drivers, passengers to wear belts (KCRA)
    • Dixon considers raising parking fees, allocating road tax money (The Reporter)
    • Solano County projects set to receive state gas tax money (The Reporter)
    • CA Republicans see opportunity in gas tax repeal (LA Times)
    • North Coast RR Authority appeals to US Supreme court for CEQA relief (Lost Coast Outpost)
    • Feds move to repeal clean air rule (Politico)
    • Amsterdam rethinks the role of traffic lights (Next City)

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