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Today’s Headlines

8:15 AM PDT on September 13, 2018

    • Global Climate Action Summit begins in San Francisco (Capital Public Radio)
    • U.S. mayors are taking action on the climate (Route Fifty)
    • Accessory Dwelling Units are hard to build, even in San Francisco (Bay City Beacon)
    • Some solutions for pedestrian safety (World Bank)
    • Will Pasadena roll out scooters now that it's given up on bike-share? (Pasadena Star-News)
    • E-bike-share in East Bay cities is hampered by exclusive contract—and by MTC (Berkeleyside)
    • Is the White House purposely delaying transportation projects? (Governing)

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