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Sacramento police department doesn’t know what jaywalking is (Systemic Failure) Draft “Plan Bay Area” aims for sustainable, inclusive future (Greenbelt Alliance) Transit agencies rarely hire women, minority contractors, and that’s a big problem (Washington Post) Talk radio host threatens a recall campaign against Senator who voted for the transportation bill (Sacramento Bee) What Ventura County […]

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San Jose’s Three Creeks Trail contract gets approved (Mercury News) Brentwood will get Mokelumne Trail pedestrian overpass (East Bay Times) In San Diego, a coastal bike ride commemorates a friend (San Diego Union-Tribune) Op-ed: California’s transportation budget must do more for public transit (Sacramento Bee) Trump’s budget hits transit hard (The Transport Politic) It could […]

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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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Census report: SF Bay Area commuters shifted from cars (Sacramento Bee) Poor Sausalito is drowning in cyclists (SF Chronicle) Caltrans is up to its old tricks in Burlingame: trees on El Camino Real must be removed for “safety” (San Mateo Daily Journal) Lodi aims to be a bicycling capital (Lodi News) Coming up in the […]

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Sacramento Council Agrees to Ban Bikes on Some Sidewalks, Doesn’t Know Which Ones (SacBee) Cycletracks Coming to Downtown San Diego (BikeSD) Bike Boulevard Coming to Menlo Park (Merc-News) Poll: Bay Area Car Gridlock Here to Stay (SF Gate) Climate Change Poll Shows Support for High Speed Rail (CAHSR Blog) Policy Brief Shows How to Invest […]

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More on proposed Bay Area regional planning merger (Planetizen) Active transportation grant will help complete bike trail in San Luis Obispo (Tribune) Why planning for biking and planning for walking are very different (Planetizen) A new series on TOD in the Bay Area (San Francisco Business Journals) Oil companies spent over $11 million to defeat […]