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9:03 AM PDT on March 23, 2018

    • Sure, climate change is real, says Chevron, but it's your fault, not ours (The Verge)
    • Driverless cars are not safe (LA Times)
    • It looks like Uber's technology failed (LA Times), but pedestrian blaming begins in earnest:
      • Pedestrians are a “growing safety concern” (Wall Street Journal)
      • It's “uncomfortable” to be an unwitting participant in self-driving car experimentation (Wired)
      • A collective shrug (Jalopnik)
      • Walk defensively (Car2)
    • Rail “buffs” fight removal of unused train tracks for a bike trail (Sacramento Bee)
    • That huge mass of garbage floating in the ocean is now four times the size of California (San Francisco Chronicle, LA Times)
    • CTC adopts “transportation improvement” plan (Transport Topics)
    • San Luis Obispo awarded state gas tax money for highway improvements, “congestion relief” (San Luis Obispo)

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