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    • Fresno may get its first protected bike lanes (StopandMove)
    • Two more public hearings in May on SR-710 (Pasadena Now)
    • WalkScore puts CA cities San Francisco and Oakland in the top ten US cities for walkability (CityLab)
    • Equity: Traffic fines hit the poor harder (KQED)
    • More about the complex connection between dense cities and greenhouse gas emissions (Quartz)
    • Electric buses to be California-made (SFGate)
    • In San Diego today, take public transportation to “show your support” (as opposed to every day?) (KFMB)
    • Comparing transit fare evasion rates to HOV and toll violation rates (streets.mn)
    • David Levinson muses on the meaning of transportation subsidies (Transportationist)
    • New website offers a calendar of events and destinations within reach of BART stations (BART)

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