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8:53 AM PST on January 7, 2019

    • California gets a new governor today. This is what he's facing (SF Chronicle)
    • Advocates sue Fresno for ignoring state land use/transportation policies (Fresno Bee)
    • Berkeley school board president and wife in critical condition after driver crashes into them while they were crossing a street (Berkeleyside)
    • Bay Area's low-income transit riders finally get discounts (SF Chronicle)
    • The aparkment building next to transit (Systemic Failure)
    • New ferry service launches in Bay Area: Richmond to SF (Mercury News)
    • Report recommends mileage-based fees for electric vehicles (Autoblog)
    • Caltrans says it is helping to "decarbonize" transportation (Lake County News)
    • Opportunity Zones: Current outlook (Curbed)

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