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8:32 AM PST on February 11, 2020

    • Toronto dropped some urban speed limits and made its streets much safer (The Globe and Mail)
    • L.A. Mayor's Green New Deal directive includes transit improvements, more CicLAvia (NRDC)
    • Uber fails to block gig worker law A.B. 5 (Transport Topics)
    • San Diego to turn parking lots into a public plaza (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • E-scooters could survive in and benefit suburbs, with the right policies (CityLab)
    • Advocates push for protected bike lanes on S.F's Embarcadero (SF Chronicle)
    • MTC to work first on bus-only approaches to Bay bridges; bus-only lanes on bridges will have to wait (Bay Bridge for Everyone)
    • SF's wealthiest renters are having trouble paying for housing (Curbed)

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