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Free and reduced-fare transit pass pilot program for students in Alameda County to roll out this fall (East Bay Times) CA Democratic leadership seek support for cap and trade (Bloomberg) Cops at RNC sport some fancy brand new dystopian bike fashion (Gothamist) Researchers find car-share reduces trips, vehicles, greenhouse gases (WPTZ) Oakland is about to […]

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LA Times bad-mouths the High Speed Rail Authority for defending itself against Republican congressmembers who lied about Caltrain and zeroes in on a passing comment on cap-and-trade’s effect on gas prices (not as big as seasonal volatility in the industry itself) (L.A. Times) Cap-and-trade provides $1.4 billion for projects (Climate Wire)  Also see Streetsblog coverage […]

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Op-ed: Berkeley’s bike plan would make biking safer (Berkeleyside) Redlands, Highland working together on bike connection (Press Enterprise) The stories of some early black bicycle pioneers (CBS) Some urban bicycling tips (Bicycling) Slate’s take on the Caltrain mess AC Transit will get $ for ten new fuel cell buses (East Bay Times) On buses, all-door […]

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Oakland gets a new DOT for a new kind of transportation planning (Next City) Long Beach tries out a “pop-up” separated bike lane (KPCC) State begins testing pay-by-mile road charge (SF Chronicle) Green Innovation Index: California not doing so bad (Record Searchlight) California can’t rely solely on cap-and-trade (Sacramento Bee) Traveling the country via train, […]

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San Clemente coast highway to get protected bike and pedestrian path (OC Register) There’s a new ferry service between San Francisco and Berkeley (East Bay Times) L.A.’s Angels Flight to ride again (LA Curbed) Sacramento transit agency is rethinking its bus routes (Sacramento Bee) Marin to poll residents on transportation sales tax (Marin Independent Journal) […]

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San Francisco Bicycle Coalition executive director Noah Budnick steps down (SFBC) This Friday, ride bike-share for free in the Bay Area (preregistration required) (Bay Area Bike Share) Supervisor calls for hearing on removing Muni overhead wires for Super Bowl party (Examiner) The myth of “no public funding” for new Raiders, Warriors projects (San Francisco Business […]