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8:32 AM PST on November 27, 2019

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    • Skeptic wonders how bikes can become the preferred form of travel in San Francisco - where a lot of people already ride them (SF Chronicle)
    • South Pasadena passes citywide bike parking plan (South Pasadenan)
    • LA Metro's subway building is out of sight (ABC7)
    • Drastic changes are needed to fight climate change (Fresno Bee)
    • Preliminary data show CA transportation emissions fall a bit (EDF)
    • Sonoma County's Habitat for Humanity suspends home building (Press Democrat)
    • Amazon's "troubling impact" on warehouse towns (NY Times)
    • Cycling death in Escondido hit-and-run (CBS8)
    • Two pedestrians die in separate San Jose hit-and-runs (ABC7)

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