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8:46 AM PST on December 7, 2017

    • Today: San Diego Bicycle Coalition celebrates 30-year anniversary with a bike ride (San Diego Union Tribune)
      • ... and names new executive director, Colin Parent (SDBC)
    • San Bernardino leaders celebrate Metrolink extension that links transit services (SB Sun)
    • Fresno's Chinatown faces growing pains with state projects coming downtown (KVPR)
    • SF approves plan to set all parking rates based on demand (SF Gate, SF Examiner)
    • Sacramento vies for TCCP funds for River District housing and infrastructure (News&Review)
    • How the federal tax bill could play out for commuters, renters, retirees (CityLab)
    • Teacher in Boston uses (a picture of) Tom Brady to get cars to slow down in school zone (Boston Globe)
    • Media wakes up to CA bill to ban gas-powered cars by 2040 (Newsweek)
    • Truckers raise prices on California freight (Transport Topics)
    • Gas tax repeal kicks off in Fresno with overblown rhetoric about “money robbed from families” (The Business Journal)
    • Lyft gives out awards for top destinations in Silicon Valley (East Bay Times)
    • Berkeley school district ponders building housing for its teachers (Berkeleyside)
    • San Diego to concentrate density in target areas (San Diego Union Tribune)

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