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    • Gas tax revenue down, and so is transportation funding in California (LA Times) (Contra Costa Times)
    • Study: cheap gas can lead to more traffic fatalities (Science Daily)
    • High Speed Rail Authority considers building segments to the north first, rather than south (LA Times) (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Bike commission in Menlo Park calls for lower vehicle speeds (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Legislative Analyst Office says state shouldn't have to spend cap-and-trade money only on reducing GHGs (News Observer)
    • South Dakota legislatures propose a law requiring bike riders to hop off if there's not enough room for cars to pass (KOTA)
    • An end to parking? (Mother Jones)
    • Oceanside to get a road diet pilot (Seaside Courier)
    • Cars vs. bicycles: Breaking a fatal cycle (Orange County Register)
    • Video: Kostelec Planning interviews a beg button about street conditions (YouTube)
    • Methane leak in Porter Ranch is boosting global warming (LA Times)

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