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Today’s Headlines

8:37 AM PDT on May 26, 2015

    • Bike-share plans progressing in Sacramento (KCRA)
    • Victorville City Council moves forward with bike/pedestrian Riverwalk path (Daily Press)
    • Why bicyclists ride through stop signs (The Star)
    • Will California finally raise the gas tax? (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Long Beach City Council adopts position of support for SB16, which would raise gas tax and vehicle registration fees (Long Beach Post)
    • State agencies to host public forum on transportation issues in Fresno tomorrow (The Business Journal)
    • Freeway tear-downs that changed their cities (Gizmodo)
    • Bus bunching explained in one graphic (note: this cool visualization doesn't work with Firefox or Safari)
    • The link between walkability and race (CityLab)

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