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    • Those disappearing transit riders are being gentrified out of their neighborhoods (LA Times)
    • Bill to lower fines for turning right on red without stopping introduced, again (Sacramento Bee)
    • Maybe apps are not really transforming urban transportation (Human Transit)
    • Out-of-towners complain about road diet: "the hidden savaging of life" (East Bay Times) but the Twitter response is even more fun
    • Scooter-share is hitting the streets (Study Breaks)
    • Could NASCAR drivers be cycling safety advocates? (Bicycling)
    • Bill would increase weight limits on zero-emission vehicles, because their engines are heavier (Green Car Congress)
    • No, BART won't build a new waterfront station for a new A's stadium there (SF Chronicle)
    • San Francisco traffic signals break down, and people are left to negotiate at intersections (SF Chronicle)

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