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8:58 AM PDT on October 29, 2015

    • Caltrans launches process to write statewide bike and pedestrian plan (Lake County News)
    • Sacramento Regional Transit bans sleeping and shoeless, bare-chested passengers, but attempt to ban smelly people failed (International Business Times)
    • New law clears path for LA transportation sales tax measure (Land Line Magazine)
    • San Francisco lays blueprint for future subways (SFBay)
    • Oakland proposes sweeping parking plan (East Bay Express)
    • Berkeley proposal to lessen parking requirements and streamline development for affordable housing met with enthusiasm (Berkeleyside)
    • San Fernando Valley says: we need more transit investment here (LA Daily News) Federal DOT releases report on pedestrian, bicycle safety (Fast Lane)
    • The Bicycle Story podcast: How bikes changed a young man's life (The Bicycle Story)
    • Paper cutouts riff on iconic landmarks (CityLab)

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