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8:35 AM PST on March 6, 2018

    • New southernmost BART stations may not open until 2019 (Mercury News)
    • How bike-share could reduce traffic on Highway 50 near Sacramento (Sacramento Bee)
    • Santa Monica wants to limit scooters (Santa Monica Daily Press)
    • Electric buses coming to Sacramento, Davis (The Aggie)
    • SF Muni may cut some fares (SF Chronicle)
    • After years of delay, Fruitvale Transit Village will finally get more affordable housing (SF Chronicle)
    • Momentum builds in California for radical action on housing (CityLab)
    • Despite urging from public interest groups to go slowly on autonomous vehicle regulation.... (Auto News)
      • ...Federal government shows little resistance to autonomous vehicles (The Verge)
      • But individuals' responses are not always so passive (LA Times)
    • No, no, no! They're still just single occupant cars, but some want to set aside freeway lanes for autonomous vehicles (Mercury News)

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