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8:44 AM PDT on October 19, 2017

    • To win competition for Amazon HQ, cities need better biking and transit (Sacramento Bee)
      • Gov. Brown offers hundreds of millions in tax breaks if Amazon chooses California (Mercury News)
      • Chula Vista is one of the cities that want Amazon HQ (Business Insider)
    • Republican candidate for governor pledges “six figures” for gas tax repeal campaign (LA Times)
    • SF still struggling with rules on delivery robots (SF Gate)
    • Determining fault in self-driving car crashes (SF Gate)
    • SMART service resumes into fire areas (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Photos from Fontana's Let's Move on the Trail (The Sun)
    • What's needed is a “movement code,” not a highway code (City Metric)
    • Stockton is testing the concept of a “basic income” (Vox)
    • Using coloring books to help inform about bike lanes (CityLab)

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