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Today’s Headlines

8:45 AM PDT on April 27, 2015

    • Fresno still thinks making its downtown pedestrian mall "car friendly" will help it, somehow (Fresno Bee)
    • A push for free youth bus passes in the East Bay (East Bay Express)
    • In Oakland, Coliseum City developer wants public money (San Francisco Business Journal)
    • CA's first wireless electric trolley under construction in Monterey (Monterey County Weekly)
    • Play the LA River (Next City)  and develop housing next to it (LA Times)
    • Nobody needs to know why those hills are so easy for you (Cycling Tips)
    • Another great way to use all that energy produced by your stationary bike workout--washing your clothes (Cycling Weekly)
    • More about AARP livability index (CityLab)
    • Frazz has the right answer (GoComics)

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