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    • Sacramento is way behind in planning for bikes (Sacramento Bee)
    • Muir Woods in Marin will require reservations to control parking (so bike or take transit to get there) (SF Chronicle)
    • Caltrans certifies EIR for major road widening project in Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • San Bernardino County Transportation Plan available for public review, comments (The Sun)
    • LA Times maps county's most dangerous intersections (LA Times)
    • Cap-and-trade's effects on California's railroads (RailPAC)
    • Open-source database could improve trip generation data (Transportationist)
    • Wearable censors track your smog intake as you bike (CoExist)

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