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8:40 AM PST on February 2, 2018

    • Sacramento erased a crosswalk, then two people were critically injured there by hit-and-run driver (Sacramento Bee)
    • Mountain View has a bike riding mayor, and he's bringing residents on rides with him (Mercury News)
    • After clogging SF streets with its drivers, Uber adds bike-share to its app—golly gee, how very innovative (NY Times, Mashable, Slate)
    • Adding express lanes to Highway 101 won't solve traffic (TransForm)
    • Monterey County launches carpool program (Californian)
    • Low-income weatherization program deleted from Governor Brown's proposed cap-and-trade spending plan (NRDC)
    • Transit ridership is dropping, car ownership is rising—why are we surprised? We plan for cars, we build for cars, we make cars seem necessary (KPCCLA Times)
    • Mapping where bill to overhaul local zoning rules would allow higher development in LA (Curbed)
    • Podcast: Housing, the environment, and how it is all getting tangled up (CalMatters)

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