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8:59 AM PST on December 16, 2019

    • Federal report says U.S. is not spending nearly enough on public transit, but it's already woefully out of date (Eno Transportation)
    • More enforcement means more tickets for bike lane violations along Valencia Street (SF Examiner)
    • Redding considers better bike, pedestrian facilities along riverfront, potential development sites (Record Searchlight)
    • Richmond San Rafael Bridge bike path proves popular with riders (Richmond Confidential)
    • High-speed rail in the Central Valley will link jobs to housing (Fresno Bee)
    • Can't win: Now the LA Times is criticizing HSR for making progress
    • CARB considers regulations to push for faster adoption of clean trucks (Government Technology)
    • Oregon reconsiders the way it sets speed limits (Bike Portland)
    • Bloomberg Media didn't just buy CityLab - it will fire half its staff (Mother Jones)
    • Yo, FAA! This "disruption" that needs to be clamped down on, fast: L.A. business commuters fly (Benzinga)

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