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    • Sacramento to remove “smart” parking meters for protected bike lanes (Sacramento Bee)
    • Spinlister—peer-to-peer bike rental program—will shut down (Bicycle Retailer)
    • CTC aims to “facilitate traffic”:
      • At the Cholame “Y” in San Luis Obispo County (KSBY)
      • By widening 101 in Santa Barbara (Edhat)
      • In the Sacramento area (TTNews)
    • “Novel” idea to slap visibility beacons on bikes is unfortunately gaining traction (The Register)
    • Expect more autonomous vehicle crashes (PC)
    • The mistake with autonomous vehicles is trying to imitate human drivers, says engineer (Arizona State University)
    • Another software fail—Uber driver follows directions down a staircase (Business Insider)
    • Lyft launches geofencing in SF to cut down dropoffs in crowded areas (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Office towers—with some housing—planned for West Oakland BART station (Hoodline)
    • ICYMI: Redlining is very much alive still (Reveal)
    • Hoping Jordan Downs “revitalizes” the community (but for whom?) (Commercial Observer)
    • MTC seeks public comment on its public comment plan (Fox)

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