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8:14 AM PST on November 15, 2018

    • Gold Line may take longer, cost more to get to Claremont (Curbed)
    • Retailers are trying to get out of paying the property taxes cities rely on (CityLab)
    • Caltrans will close parts of Highway 1 during big storms, just in case (Mercury News)
    • Solano comes up with a plan to move businesses to ag land temporarily during station construction (Daily Republic)
    • Cash tolls may disappear from Bay Area bridges (East Bay Times)
    • Fremont approves 1-year pilot for Lime e-scooters (East Bay Times)
    • The bridge was closed to foot traffic, so some pedestrians dressed up as a bus (Uproxx)
    • How I learned to stop worrying and love my bike (
    • Ford, Walmart, Postmates to begin testing autonomous deliveries (FastCompany)
    • Tiny newspapers with small staffs called to cover tragedy (LA Times)

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