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Today’s Headlines

8:32 AM PDT on October 22, 2018

    • Jenny Graham just rode her bike around the world in 124 days (Bicycling)
    • Downtown Berkeley gets a revamped BART station--timelapse video (BART)
    • CA Transportation Commission awards $$ to improve Metrolink service (Inside the Games)
    • How transportation funding really works: Pedestrians, bicyclists subsidize a highway in Idaho (Idaho Press)
    • In San Jose, homeless families allowed to sleep in cars in a city parking lot (East Bay Times)
    • The problem(s) with “Humans of HUD” (CityLab)
    • Thanks, climate change: Valley fever is spreading (BuzzFeed)
    • No I'm not: Martha Stewart on being "too old" to ride a bike (People)

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