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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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