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    • Carsharing and the sharing economy face legal test (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Systemic Failure on why a proposed bill that would ban ear buds is a bad idea (Systemic Failure)
    • Writer sees a "failure" in California's east-west transportation connections—but what's the solution, super highways through forests and mountain ranges?  (The Desert Sun)
    • Santa Monica zoning law will soon be settled (Santa Monica Next)
    • LA: Skid Row wants its own neighborhood council (LAist)
    • More about the future of Bay Area Bikeshare (Bay Crossings)
    • Contract awarded for Cross Alameda Trail (Inside Bay Area)
    • San Jose introduces $80 million "Vision Zero" plan (San Jose Mercury News)
    • ...while a Walnut Creek columnist thinks that city's pedestrian plan is a waste of effort (Contra Costa Times)
    • Bicyclists can fill out official Caltrain "bike bump" forms to tell others that the train is out of room for bikes (SF Examiner)
    • More money—maybe—for Muni in SF (SF Examiner)

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