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8:50 AM PDT on March 29, 2019

    • Study: Congestion pricing could cut driving in West LA (LA Times)
    • Driving a train in Southern California (Curbed)
    • Petaluma hopes widening the freeway will reduce traffic (Petaluma 360)
    • Transportation app has potential to reduce car trips (Forbes)
    • Bay Area home prices, sales reflect expectations that upcoming IPOs will mean lots of people with cash (SF Chronicle)
    • Tale of two Californias: Prosperity on the coast, harder times inland (SF Chronicle)
    • "Never forget?" Nah: The move to rename L.A.'s Memorial Coliseum means they already did (LA Times)
    • Citizen science: Oakland tested an earthquake early warning system yesterday (KQED)

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