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    • Orange County streetcar line moves forward (OC Register)
    • Why we support a bike yield law (San Francisco Bicycle Coalition)
    • Governor Brown attacks oil companies for producing a “highly destructive” product (LA Times)
    • CA Senate president Kevin de Leon says he will amend climate change bill to add oversight of Air Resources Board (Sacramento Bee)
    • Cap-and-trade money begins showing up in projects statewide (EE News)
    • Report: Analysis of California transportation policies (PR Newswire)
    • In Ireland, 25-year plan will give bikes "equal priority" (Northern Ireland News Letter)
    • But in Australia, one man is determined to remove Sydney's protected bike lanes (Guardian)
    • A bit of history: when bikes weren't just something on the side (All Over Albany)
    • Paris to go car-free for an entire day in September (Inhabit)
    • What can happen when cars are removed from streets (Curbed)

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