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    • So far, S.F. Supervisors are split on Bike Yield Law (Hoodline)
    • Merced bike path future uncertain  (Merced Sun Star)
    • Coliseum Transit Village could cost Oakland millions (SF Gate)
    • Fresno city, school district agree on opening schoolyards for green space (Fresno Bee)
    • Ten reasons why cars are on the decline (Pedal Fort Collins)
    • The work's not finished when the low-stress bikeway is built (Alta Planning)
    • National Transportation Safety Board needs to pay attention to pedestrians and cyclists (Systemic Failure)
    • A giant gas leak with no end in sight (Marketplace)
    • L.A. port passed emission reduction requirements and then ignored them (LA Times)

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