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    • San Francisco mayor gets an earful about delaying pedestrian safety projects (Examiner)
    • More about California helmet bill (California Healthline)  (Sacramento Bee)
    • Lots of parklets going up in L.A. (NextCity)
    • James Fallows really likes Fresno, and says you should too (The Atlantic)
    • CA bill would raise gas taxes and vehicle registration fees for road repairs (Capital Public Radio)  (League of CA Cities)
    • We're still making highways wider, hoping it will solve something:
      • Solano okays express lane project in Suisun City (Daily Republic)
      • More about Caltrans widening road for bridge replacement in Niles Canyon, Fremont (San Jose Mercury News)
      • Another road widening will close Santa Monica connection to PCH for a year, but in the end there will at least be a bike lane (Malibu Surfside News)
    • Leap says its luxury buses aren't “transit,” therefore not subject to ADA rules (SFCurbed) (SF Chronicle)

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