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8:29 AM PDT on March 14, 2019

    • San Francisco's dangerous streets: Where bicyclists and pedestrians get hit (SF Chronicle)
    • Marin transit is happy with one-year results of on-demand shuttles (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Merced roads to see safety improvements (Merced SunStar)
    • UCLA forecasters see a "cooling" of California's housing market, despite huge need (CNBC)
    • Where housing construction is up, and where it's down (Governing)
    • Plan for, don't fear future job growth (Mercury News)
    • Get rid of parking minimums (TransitCenter)
    • Elaine Chao's hands-off approach to transportation is endangering lives (Curbed)
    • The Boeing crash is a warning to drivers of autonomous cars (Slate)
    • Don't worry, it has a safety strap: CA company is marketing a flying motorcycle (Union Leader)
    • Everyone has a climate plan, even those on the right (Grist)
    • Trump signs bipartisan wilderness protection bill that includes Mojave Desert (Enterprise-Record)

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