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Road diet, bike lanes planned in San Jose (Mercury News) Dockless bike-share debuts in San Diego (Fox5) The CA legislative session ends, and plenty got done that will affect your life (Sacramento Bee) Bigger rebates for EVs hits a bump (East Bay Times) New CA bill would require driver’s ed (Mercury News) Proposed Bay Bridge […]

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Report: In U.S., people of color are more likely to be exposed to pollution (The Guardian) Climate change hurts low-income communities (SF Examiner) Bay Area’s bike-share program is reaching low-income users (SF Weekly) San Diego is among cities conducting “pedestrian safety enforcement and education” stings (ABC7) Climate change’s legacy will last a very long time […]

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Sebastopol residents want lower speed limits, are stymied by state regulations (Press Democrat) Temecula to form “lane expansion task force” to “solve congestion” (Press Enterprise) Curbed LA maps coming Long Beach developments Bill to raise Bay Area bridge tolls moves forward (Mercury News) Caltrans meets its deadlines for spending money, gets $274.5 million from Feds […]

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Bill to create free transit pass program heads to governor (Pasadena NOW) Fresno State establishes a transportation research center (Your Central Valley) California sues federal administration over delay on stricter fuel economy standards (Sacramento Bee) CEQA exemptions proposed for transportation projects for Olympics (JD Supra) Why few people bike to and from transit and how […]

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Lawsuit ties up Santa Clara Measure B transit funds (Mercury News) Bills could fix unfair traffic fine penalties (Mercury News) Help map bicycle needs for new Napa Valley Bike Plan (Napa Valley Register) San Jose residents look for pedestrian safety solutions (Mercury News) Victim blaming is so easy: Now there’s a push to ticket pedestrians […]

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Biking to work means better health and longer life (Washington Post) I-5 at San Diego border will shut down for a long weekend in September (San Diego Union Tribune) New crossing makes things easier for Hayward pedestrians (East Bay Times) Some arguments around expanding the 710, and paying for it (Whittier Daily News) Congestion pricing […]