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8:44 AM PST on November 13, 2019

    • Navigation apps changed the politics of traffic (CityLab)
    • Uber to challenge L.A.'s suspension of its scooter, bike permit (LA Times)
    • BART apologizes; man who got cuffed for eating a sandwich ain't having it (NY Times)
    • Laguna Beach garners awards for parking app (Patch)
    • Tolls are coming to Highway 101 in Bay Area (Palo Alto Daily Post)
    • South Orange County looks for public input on proposed "traffic improvements" (new highway lanes) (Patch)
    • CARB changes EV rebate program to benefit more people (LA Times)
    • Risk of stroke linked to exposure to local traffic emissions (SSTI)
    • Trump's EPA says air pollution can't kill you (Heated)
      • Claims this is about "transparency" (NY Times)
    • How Paris created a bicycle boom (Ozy)

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