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    • Turlock planning commission approves Active Transportation Plan; city council to weigh in soon (Turlock Journal)
    • LA city council approves Mobility Plan 2035, a huge policy shift towards active transportation, transit, Vision Zero (Streetsblog) (LA Times) (Patch)
    • Can LA become the new Portland? (Oregon Live) Or should Portland learn from LA? (BikePortland)
    • CA cities and counties have suggestions for funding road repairs (LA Times)
    • Business, union groups back "reasonable" increases in gas and diesel sales taxes (Sacramento Business Journal)
    • CA transportation funding discussions should include regional governance issues (California Economic Summit)
    • New law allows BART to buy power from renewable sources (The Transit Wire)
    • What will “new” LA River look like? (LA Times)
    • More about new restrictions on cars on Market Street in SF (Planetizen)
    • Bill Fulton says cities have tons of data, now they need everyone's help to make sense of it all (Urban Edge)
    • US cities are just afraid to make driving unappealing (CityLab)

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