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8:29 AM PDT on May 29, 2015

    • Fresno rejects bus ad that highlights disparities in the amount of parkland throughout the city (Valley Public Radio)
    • Rancho Cucamonga develops bike, walk plan (Daily Bulletin)
    • Map of proposed bike-share station locations in Sacramento is released (Capital Public Radio)
    • Alternative to 710 tunnel includes bike lanes, better transit (LA Times)
    • California Transportation Foundation names Alameda County Transportation Commission “Organization of the Year” (The Independent)
    • New research on women and bicycling found a smaller "gender gap" than previous studies, plus other surprising results (People for Bikes) (Bicycle Retailer)
    • More about Fresno meeting on transportation funding (Valley Public Radio)  (Your Central Valley)
    • New Streetfilm: A guided busway in England (Streetfilms)
    • Electric tuk-tuks are being manufactured in Denver (Citiscope)

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