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    • SCAG outlines draft regional transportation plan (Fontana Herald News)
    • Changes planned for hazardous Palo Alto intersection (Palo Alto Online)
    • San Diego County receives $ for pedestrian safety education programs (Times of San Diego)
    • Berkeley decides its traffic circles can keep their trees (Berkeleyside)
    • Sidewalks, bike lanes, crossings coming to a Ventura neighborhood (VC Star)
    • San Francisco considers a city-wide speed limit of 20 mph (Curbed)
    • Local residents fight a toll road through San Clemente (ABC7)
    • Redding tries on-demand Sunday transit service (Street Insider)
    • Oakland council approves plan for parcel tax for homeless services, parks (SF Chronicle)
    • Ebike riders get as much exercise as pedal bike riders (Elecktrek)
    • Demand for electric buses in the U.S. outpaces production (Inside Climate News)
    • Tesla autopilot seems to be recognizing dogs as pedestrians (Telsarati)

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