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Speculation on what the Governor’s budget—to be announced today—will contain (LA Times)  (SF Gate) City of Sacramento offers Urban Bicycling classes (Sacramento Bee) A new neighborhood rises in Sacramento (Sacramento Bee) Google plans to begin testing self-driving vehicles on California roads (LA Times) Instead of releasing raw data, Uber will create a public website showing […]

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Sacramento residents offer ideas on how to fix congestion (Sacramento Bee) Muni’s approval rating hits a ten-year high (Examiner) Another take on Bikes vs Cars (NextCity) Gabe Klein talks about the future of transportation in L.A. (LA Times) In Los Angeles County, fourteen percent of all land is given over to parking (Curbed) Cities and […]

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Sorry, no debate coverage here Sixth Street in La Brea goes on a road diet (LA Curbed) Uber is providing heretofore unheard-of economic data (Planetizen) Governor signs bill that restricts cell phone use while driving a little bit more (Sacramento Bee) California’s climate change policies have reshaped the state (SF Chronicle) Don’t forget about poor […]

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Orange County approves almost $20 million for bike/ped improvements (OC Register) L.A.’s Expo line needs more cars for its surging ridership (LA Times) There really are late-night transit options in and out of San Francisco (SF Bay) California climate change policies: Report: They are spurring development of clean tech industry (CALSTART) “Business-friendly Democrats” are a […]

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Santa Cruz will hold annual Light Up the Night bike ride this Saturday (Santa Cruz Sentinel) In Davis on Thursday: A forum to learn about cap-and-trade (Davis Enterprise) Yes, Californians will need to pay for better transportation (Sacramento Bee) Bakersfield Congressional rep McCarthy flouts his clout, exposes Chao as a “tool,” stomps on Bay Area […]

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City of Cupertino will host a forum on alternative transportation next week (San Jose Mercury News) East Oakland residents march to demand equal treatment for street cleanup, maintenance (Inside Bay Area) Animated maps of Bay Area commutes: measuring the dispersal between work and home (CityMetric) Architecture critic says the widened 405 freeway is ugly (LA […]