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8:39 AM PST on February 14, 2020

    • The fight over S.B. 50 provided cover to pass a host of other progressive housing, zoning bills (California Planning & Development Report)
    • High-injury intersection in SF gets new pedestrian safety features (Hoodline)
    • Gilroy discovers that if you don't require bike parking, developers won't include it (Gilroy Dispatch)
    • HOPR bike-share will leave UC Santa Barbara (Daily Nexus)
    • Congress revives AV debate: Are they safer by definition, or do they need government oversight? (Governing)
    • High-speed rail program aims to complete 119-mile Central Valley segment in 2020 (RT&S)
    • EDF and NRDC file brief opposing Trump's antitrust suit against CA+Quebec cap-and-trade (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • The hidden costs we all pay when many people owe big money on cars (Frontier Group)
    • BP says it wants to "go green," but those huge profits will be hard to give up (Forbes)
    • Genius: Use beer waste in water treatment, save money, use less chemicals, win win win (NPR)

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