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    • BART's bus bridge to San Francisco over the weekend worked fine (SF Gate)
    • Sacramento's bait bike program is “about more than bikes” (Sacramento Bee)
    • Huffington Post weighs in on Westwood bike lanes (Huffington Post)
    • Bay Area's disjointed public transit system needs to be better connected (New York Times)
    • Humboldt and Del Norte county residents form Coalition for Responsible Transportation Priorities, say: fix it first, then focus on sustainable transportation projects--and forget about the road widenings (Times-Standard)
    • Los Banos doesn't like Caltrans plan that would remove crosswalks, restrict turns on Highway 152 (Los Banos Enterprise)
    • Transportation bill passed by US Senate incorporates Complete Streets, increases mass transit spending, encourages TOD (Grist)
    • CityLab discusses San Francisco's transit fee for developers (CityLab)

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