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Today’s Headlines

8:19 AM PST on December 21, 2018

    • Why a federal AV policy is necessary but not sufficient (Forbes)
    • Sacramento makes People for Bikes' list of top ten new bike facilities nationwide
    • Don Kostelec parses traffic safety myths
    • Eleven traffic safety projects in Solano County get funding (Daily Republic)
    • Homeless activists oppose Google campus plans in downtown San Jose (Mercury News)
    • San Francisco fights RVs, a shelter of last resort for a growing number of people (SF Examiner)
    • The limits of personal conspicuous environmental action (City Commentary)

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