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Today’s Headlines

8:29 AM PST on November 16, 2018

    • Brisbane voters approve housing at city's San Francisco border (SF Weekly)
    • Proposal for full Bay Bridge bike path gains steam but needs funding (Hoodline)
    • Transit riders are missing from transit planning (Rice/Kinder)
    • BART announces plans for a second bay crossing (Curbed)
    • Binky Brown talks about running Hard Knox Bikes (Outside Online)
    • When a rich guy tunnels under your home (The Atlantic)
    • Now Lime will offer cars as well as bikes and scooters (Mercury News)
    • SB1 funding will for sure go for a new highway in Sacramento rural area (Folsom Telegraph)
    • How CA is aiming to electrify transportation (EDF)
    • The importance of those raised sidewalk dots for everyone (Red Hook Star Revue)

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