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7:10 AM PDT on June 12, 2018

    • The racial dynamics of housing bill SB 827 (Next City)
    • Traffic signals favor cars and delay pedestrians (Transportist)
    • Twelve graphs that argue the case for urban cycling (Guardian)
    • Electric buses pencil out (RouteFifty)
    • Sacramento bus riders get “leaning benches” (Sacramento Bee)
    • Caltrain's “bikes board first” policy reduces boarding times, and will expand (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • California and car makers agree on emissions standards (Planetizen)
    • Waymo is about to multiply its self-driving fleet by a hundred (The Verge)
    • Tesla adds new self-driving features as crash investigations continue (Silicon Angle)

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