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8:28 AM PST on February 20, 2018

    • Where does all that bike-share data go? (CityLab)
    • Montclair bans use of phones and ear buds while walking in crosswalks (Daily Bulletin)
    • Do crosswalk buttons work? (ABC7)
    • Widening freeways is so last century--even the LA Times says so
      • Oh, wait, maybe if one of the lanes is reserved for electric vehicles? (Daily News)
    • Trump infrastructure plan could make gas tax even more necessary (Sacramento Bee)
    • Both are needed: More housing and better transportation (SF Chronicle)
    • Oakland's Lake Merritt gets pedestrian improvements (Hoodline)
    • Santa Barbara gets buffered bike lanes (Noozhawk)
    • After many years, commuter train coming to Santa Barbara (Independent)
    • SMART gets gas tax money to add trips (Marin Independent Journal)
    • OCTA orders new CNG buses (NGT News)
    • Germany considers making public transportation free to fight air pollution (Washington Post)
    • Elon Musk and his fantasies are not the future--they're delaying it (Medium)

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