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9:17 AM PDT on October 26, 2015

Melanie and Sahra Sulaiman are representing Streetsblog at the CalBike Summit in San Diego today through Wednesday. If you see them, say hello. They are also on a panel later this morning.

    • Shocker, the Los Angeles Times Writes Article Critical of CAHSR
    • Mudslides That Covered the Freeways and Towns Could Happen Again (Fresno Bee)
    • Sen. Feinstein Talks Truck Size Regulation (YouTube)
    • Long Beach Police Receive Grant for Traffic Enforcement (LongBeachize)
    • Santa Monica Wants in on Vision Zero (Santa Monica Next)
    • Victorville Picks Up the $274,000 Tab to Finish Regional Bike Trail (VV Daily Press)
    • Bike Hub Opens in SGV's El Monte (SGV Tribune)
    • Yes, There Is a Way to Improve Sharrows without Adding a Bike Lane (City Lab)
    • Walking While Black is Dangerous Too (WaPo)
    • Op/Ed: Putting in Bike Lanes is Ageist (SF Examiner)
    • Look! It's a Celebrity Riding a Bike! (Sun)

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