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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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Sacramento prepares to (finally) update its bike plan (Sacramento Bee) Bike the Bay riders follow the Bayshore Bikeway and get to ride the San Diego-Coronado Bridge (San Diego Union-Tribune) San Francisco police captain gets on his bike (San Francisco News) Sacramento’s Blue Line light rail extension opens today (Sacramento Bee) More on negotiations in the […]

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Transportation Funding Bill Passes the Legislature (LA Times, OC Register, Sacramento Bee) Lawmakers undecided on SB 1 get deals for their districts (Sacramento Bee) Including an extension for the ACE train to Modesto (Modesto Bee) Court rules cap-and-trade is not a tax (LA Times, SF Gate, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento Bee) How to reduce congestion: […]

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Seven “Smart City” finalist made their pitch to the DOT (CityLab) UC Berkeley weighs in on San Francisco’s bid for Smart City grant (Daily Californian) Bay Area suburban residents look to rent control (New York Times) Sacramento’s now-empty railyards to become a dense “city within a city” (Sacramento Bee) As power plants get cleaner, transportation […]

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Contra Costa transit agencies offer discount summer youth passes (East Bay Times) Get ready to party: Sacramento will close Broadway to car traffic on Sunday (Sacramento Bee) Car drivers kill a cyclist every month in Orange County (OC Register) Study: Physical separation of cyclists from car traffic is “crucial” for reducing crashes (Cycling Industry) A […]

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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, […]