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    • An interview with Streetfilms' Clarence Eckerson (The Bicycle Story)
    • Taking public transit to California's premier park will soon be easier: new bus route from Fresno to Yosemite to open Sunday (Fresno Bee)
    • High-speed rail proposes station hub in Burbank (The Burbank Leader)
    • The streetcar is Sacramento's history and future (Sacramento News and Review)
    • Communities along Highway 50 want to be bike friendly (Alta Planning)
    • But California is still planning sprawl and widening freeways (The Mountain Enterprise)
    • Another rough patch for fancy transit: Leap bus suspends operations in San Francisco because no permit  (Ars Technica) (SFGate)
    • How great are floating bus stops (StreetsMN)
    • Report: Bike commuting is smart (Dupress)
    • A call for fairness in traffic fines (LA Times)
    • Seminar: Challenges and opportunities in coordinating regional transit (Mineta Institute)
    • Bus that runs on cow manure can go very fast (Good)

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