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8:10 AM PST on November 8, 2019

    • SoCal cities vote to focus new housing in coastal areas where there are jobs, transit (LA Times)
    • Bay Area homes got a titch more affordable in third quarter (SF Chronicle)
    • Zero Fatalities Task Force soldiers on (CalBike)
    • California is on track to miss its climate targets by a century (Technology Review)
    • Rumors say next CTC commissioner could be former Fresno mayor (The Sun)
    • Bond funds available for HSR to Las Vegas (Forbes)
    • Protests + public transportation (Vox)
    • UPS launches rewards program for customers who pick up packages at central points (Transport Topics)
    • Wichita, Kansas is done with diesel, buying only electric buses (KCUR)
    • Britain is finding new uses for underused car parking (The Guardian)
    • Utah says its bus ticket machines aren't worth their cost (Salt Lake City Tribune)

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