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8:29 AM PDT on October 9, 2020

    • Let's insist that drivers take responsibility for the congestion they cause, the way we do pedestrians for their safety (City Commentary)
    • Pedestrian/bike path between Boron and Desert Lake opens, and men make speeches (Mojave Desert News)
    • Can Strava be used to deduce the preferences of all bike riders? Maybe (Medium)
    • More on most recent Executive Order from Governor Newsom (SF Chronicle)
    • Automakers push back on move to ban gas-powered cars. We've been down this road before (Governing)
    • The case for reining in car advertising (Mobility Lab)
    • COVID inspired Oakland to get real about equitable planning (Next City)
    • Uber hoping to push Prop 22 beyond California (Tech Crunch)
    • Google unveils its plan for its San Jose "village" (Mercury News)
    • The looming crisis in unpaid rent - for renters, small landlords, and local governments (Governing)
    • Researchers gave homeless people $7500, found it more than paid for itself - for them and for service providers (CBC)

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