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8:36 AM PST on February 28, 2019

    • Santa Rosa gives up: Downtown shuttle to be replaced with a parking pass (Press Democrat)
    • Explainer: How widening freeways can make traffic congestion worse (CityCommentary)
    • Why transit ridership is rising in 7 cities (TransitCenter)
    • Study: CA housing supply rules aren't spurring enough construction (LA Times)
    • Bill would lower legal limit of alcohol consumption when driving (CBS)
    • Berkeley must make Milvia Street safer for bikes (Daily Cal)
    • Avalanche stops trains, snow closes highway through Sierras (SF Gate, AP)
    • Mayors can learn:
      • How Berkeley's mayor changes his mind about density (East Bay Express)
      • Why NYC's mayor changed his mind about congestion pricing (Daily News)
    • The best U.S. cities for bikes, according to WalkScore (TheStreet)
    • Opinions differ on climate change-transportation link (The Gazette)

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