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8:17 AM PDT on August 26, 2019

    • Investigators study Thursday's light rail train derailment in Sacramento (KRON)
    • Why e-bikes catch fire (Bicycling)
    • Pavement, lack of shade increase heat in the San Fernando Valley (Curbed)
    • How Uber got lost (New York Times)
    • Four automakers sign on to California's fuel-efficiency principles (Marketplace, Daily Beast)
    • GHGs from air travel are increasing to a ridiculous level (Inverse)
    • Still fighting over scooter data and privacy (CityLab)
    • Waymo sharing some of its data is not enough (MIT Technology Review)
    • State tells L.A. it needs to build a lot more homes than it has planned (LA Times)
    • Google releases plans for San Jose campus (SF Chronicle)
    • Bay Area groups are building affordable housing (Mercury News)

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