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8:03 AM PST on December 11, 2018

    • 2018 was the year of the scooter, and Santa Monica was its epicenter (Curbed)
    • San Jose gives a scooter ultimatum (RouteFifty)
    • The quick, cheap transportation of the future: Lime scoots around the globe (SF Chronicle)
    • Build bike-share for equity first (Medium)
    • Governor-elect Newsom speaks in Fresno in support, criticism of High Speed Rail project (ABC)
    • Caltrain to buy more electric train sets (Railway Technology)
    • Emeryville considers a huge mixed-use tower next to a freeway, with plenty of parking (KTVU)
    • Highway and rail improvements awarded $ in Monterey, Santa Cruz counties (Monterey Herald)
    • New freeway in Modesto gets federal dollars (Modesto Bee)
    • Waymo talks about how they're teaching cars to drive (Medium)
    • Companies are asking cities to pay for autonomous car testing (The Drive)
    • Clean cars act reintroduced in CA (Planetizen)

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