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    • Making bikeshare accessible to low-income folks is not proving to be easy (CityLab)
    • More about expanding bikeshare in the Bay Area (California Aggie)
    • Parklets may come to Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • High-speed rail starting to apply eminent domain in Fresno (Fresno Bee)
    • Napa Valley's transportation plan is a little short on funds, especially for bikes (Napa Valley Register)
    • Fairfield City Council would support lowering the voter threshold for local transportation taxes, barely (Daily Republic)
    • The case against one-way streets (Wonkblog)
    • AARP on why transit, bikes, and walking are good for us (AARP)
    • Seventy-five percent increase in the cost of driving is coming! (Palo Alto Online)

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