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8:52 AM PDT on November 3, 2017

    • Hearing on congestion in So Cal includes wacky suggestions to increase transit, bike lanes (Pasadena Star News)
    • Caltrain adopts bicycle parking management plan, hoping to reduce bikes on board
    • A roundabout would slow speeders, extend bike trail into mountains (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
    • “Car-free” (except taxis, cable cars, loading vehicles, and lost tourists) Powell Street pilot to be made permanent (SF Examiner)
    • BRT being built in East Oakland; reporter finds people who are “caught by surprise” (KALW)
    • Oil industry spent millions to weaken California's cap-and-trade system (who got that money?) (LA Times)
    • California needs a lot more electric charging stations to reach its goals (Bloomberg)
    • Report: Local Transportation Management Associations can help with congestion (Associations Now)
    • Mayor of El Cajon thinks homelessness is due to substance abuse, and its rise is the fault of CA legislature (San Diego Union Tribune)

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