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    • Police claim they can't enforce a speed limit unless it's raised first—because most people drive too fast there (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Bicycle commuting is steadily increasing in U.S. (CityLab)
    • Caltrain proposes fare hike (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Despite complaints and protests (KFMB), SANDAG unanimously adopts Regional Transportation Plan (KUSI)
    • Santa Ana celebrates its Active Transportation Program grants (Voice of OC)
    • “Re:Imagine Garden Grove” imagines pedestrian-friendly future (OC Weekly)
    • San Francisco talking about incorporating bicycling into school curriculum (ABC7)
    • Reporter likes the new “bike bar” law (Sacramento Bee)
    • DMV officials talk about regulating self-driving cars (Washington Post)
    • Is job sprawl the defining issue of our time? (Itinerant Urbanist)
    • Five ways engineers deflect criticism (Strong Towns)

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