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8:49 AM PST on December 14, 2017

    • How hard is it to walk in suburbs? Sometimes it is impossible (TreeHugger)
    • Bakersfield City Council approves pedestrian crossing that requires multiple beg buttons on road it plans to widen for cars (
    • Is dockless bike-share the future of transportation? (Forbes)
    • San Francisco is taking demand-based parking prices citywide (NextCity)
    • Transit agencies hesitant to adopt electric buses; one excuse is weather (The Weather Network)
    • BART is making millions off an outdated policy that charges people who don't ride (GJEL)
    • Oh great—golf carts are now “micro transit” (Next City)
    • California Transportation Commission approves funding:
      • To Watsonville, for roadway, bike and pedestrian improvements (Patch)
      • To Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in Tehama County, for climate adaptation planning (Red Bluff Daily News)
    • Caltrans video: The last days of the old Oakland Bay Bridge
    • Mayor Ed Lee mattered beyond San Francisco (Sacramento Bee)

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