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    • More on proposed Bay Area regional planning merger (Planetizen)
    • Active transportation grant will help complete bike trail in San Luis Obispo (Tribune)
    • Why planning for biking and planning for walking are very different (Planetizen)
    • A new series on TOD in the Bay Area (San Francisco Business Journals)
    • Oil companies spent over $11 million to defeat S.B. 350 (Sacramento Bee)
    • Federal DOT creates online tool showing the links between health and transportation (Fast Lane)
    • Another proposal to give the Raiders a stadium in Oakland-- "without taxpayer financing" (San Diego Union Tribune)

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