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    • A look at Google's Bike Vision Plan in Silicon Valley (NBC)
    • Interview with LA's Transportation Director Seleta Reynolds (Bike Portland)
    • CalSTA signs State Highway Safety Plan to reduce injuries and fatalities in California (Press Banner)
    • There's a transformation buried in California's new energy efficiency bills (GreenTech Media)
    • Air Resources Board expected to renew low carbon fuel standard today (Sacramento Bee)
    • What the low carbon fuel standard does for California (Sacramento Bee)
    • China announces cap-and-trade program to limit emissions (NY Times)
    • National Bike Challenge hits 35 million mile mark ahead of schedule (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Study: Affordable housing requirements don't stifle development (Portland Press Herald)
    • The report that brought down Volkswagen (CityLab)
    • How to inspire civic engagement (PPIC)
    • Venture capital raises rents, but zoning is ruining the city (CityLab)

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