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8:30 AM PDT on July 12, 2018

    • Using footage of a bike race to measure climate change (CityLab)
    • Humboldt County trail gets ATP funding (Times-Standard)
    • CA met its 2020 emission goals in 2016 (Pacific Standard) (SF Chronicle)
      • But some in-state industries are polluting more, affecting people living nearby (Daily Republic)
    • Next year's transbay tube repairs will mean service cuts on BART (SF Examiner)
    • What happens to all those road repairs if the gas tax is repealed? (Sacramento Bee)
    • One more question regulators are trying to figure out: Security for autonomous vehicles (Reuters)
    • Autonomous vehicle developers want Congress to keep states out of regulation (LA Times)
    • Ride-hail services and race (Wired)
    • Ride-hail companies won't share their data, which makes planning difficult (NextCity)
    • But Waze and Esri are teaming up to offer travel data to cities, planners (The Drive)
    • Housing measures on the November ballot (Capitol Weekly)

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