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8:38 AM PDT on April 16, 2018

    • After hit-and-runs, L.A. riders are shaken, plead for safer streets (Curbed)
    • City audit: San Diego police not giving out many tickets to drivers for violating pedestrian safety (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • SF Supervisors to consider an e-scooter ordinance (Hoodline)
    • BART plans another sea of parking around a new Livermore station (Systemic Failure)
    • Tesla no longer official party to crash investigation after blog post that aimed to absolve the company (Patch)
    • Dispute over money in SB 1 repeal campaign (LA Times)
    • High-speed rail to be audited by feds (Capital Public Radio)
    • The '”fight club” of biking? (CityLab)
    • Whatever we do, we cannot spend so much money on a –gasp-- bike path! But car lanes—that's different (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Feds consider “bailing out” failing coal and nuclear industries (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • Advocates say state regulators are not doing enough to reduce emissions (Medium)

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