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8:30 AM PST on December 17, 2019

    • The quiet triumph of bike-share (Curbed)
    • Forget electric cars; e-bikes will be the top-selling EVs (The Verge)
    • San Bernardino plans to offer free Metrolink riders free Lyft rides to Ontario airport (Progressive Railroading)
    • Fresno launches parklet program (Stop and Move)
    • Sonoma County wants input from older and disabled residents on how to make transit better (Patch)
    • Charge tolls, make Metro free, get cars off the road? (Curbed)
    • Construction of CA-Las Vegas bullet train slated to begin in 2020 (Construction Dive)
    • On-demand transit is not a good solution (ShelterForce)
    • How reliable are traffic forecasts? (SSTI)
    • Congressional standoff produces a $1.4T spending package with a little something for everyone (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
    • States are split on climate accords; 24 will reach emissions goals but not the entire country (Pew)

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