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8:56 AM PST on January 6, 2020

    • Welcome to 2020: Three pedestrians struck in San Francisco already (SF Chronicle)
    • Valencia, San Francisco's "bike street," sees more men biking than women (SF Examiner)
    • The way we talk about crashes is evolving (LAist)
    • Free returns for online shopping add up to a giant waste with huge environmental costs (Guardian)
    • Hollywood has some new buildings on what used to be parking lots: Before-and-after photos (Curbed)
      • Urban changes throughout the U.S., in satellite images (New York Times)
    • Tesla's rogue autopilot feature raises concerns from safety experts (CBS)
      • Meanwhile, more Teslas are on the road (Wired)
    • Landowners earn millions for carbon emission savings that may not be happening (Technoea)

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