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    • More on Deb Hubsmith (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Orinda to add green paint to that lousy bike lane, but won't consider removing the turn lane that crosses it (Oakland Tribune)
    • Praise for new path in San Rafael that connects bikes to transit center and downtown (Marinscope)
    • Study: Every dollar spent on Muni generates $2-3 for local economy (Examiner)
    • New AC Transit general manager is from Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority  (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Central Valley air officials, anticipating surge in traffic when school starts, urge drivers not to let their cars idle—or better yet, to walk (Modesto Bee)
    • Jerry Brown urges agreement on transportation funding (LA Times) (Bakersfield Now)
    • Big companies say that taxes are needed to fix transportation (Sacramento Business Journal)
    • Small Business California endorses climate change bill (YubaNet)
    • Feds threaten to withdraw grants to California transit agencies because of pension reform bill (Oakland Tribune)
    • Hyperloop to break ground on a 5-mile test track in 2016 (NBC)

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