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    • Turlock approves Active Transportation Plan (Turlock Journal)
    • San Diego's Climate Action Plan conflicts with the region's long-range transportation plan (Voice of San Diego)
    • LA Times columnist doesn't understand that bicycle riders already help fund roads (LA Times)
    • Coronado residents complain about paint: painting bike lanes "like tattooing my daughters" (KPBS)
    • Audit shows that bus-only lanes won't have dire affect on traffic in Santa Clara (San Jose Mercury News)
    • California's strict emissions standards have reduced cancer risk by 76% (LA Times)
    • Profile of Assembly Speaker-elect Anthony Rendon (Vida en la Valle)
    • Frank Gehry not welcome on Los Angeles river restoration project (NY Times)
    • All sorts of things—reptiles---ride the SF buses (CityLab)
    • The health benefits of cycling outweigh the risks by far (NY Times)
    • Video: Contra Costa wants your input on its long range transportation plan (You Tube)

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