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    • Governor Brown vetoes HOT bill, says leave LA's carpool lanes as is (Sacramento Bee)
    • Marin is chomping at the bit for a new vehicle lane across the Richmond Bridge, believing it will ease traffic (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Kern County set to receive $5.7 million for bicycle and pedestrian projects (Bakersfield Now)
    • USC ends transit pass program--to make money on parking? (Lisa Schweitzer)
    • Bay Area's two regional planning organizations, MTC and ABAG, are sparring, not uniting (California Planning and Development Report)
    • California poised to pass sensible parking reforms for affordable transit-oriented housing (Ethan Elkind)
    • SF Mayor proposes affordable housing policy (SF Chronicle)
    • Nevada-California high speed rail is already missing deadlines (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
    • Grand Rapids, MI passes local safe-passing-distance law (drivers must slow down and give five feet of space when passing bikes) (Michigan Public Radio)
    • Study: lower crime rates can lead to less driving (Plan Philly)
    • Report: electric cars could make a big difference for climate change (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
    • Before and after videos of car-free day in Paris (TakePart)
    • Paris' day without cars draws attention to urban health issues (Scientific American)

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