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9:03 AM PST on February 1, 2016

    • How to boost L.A.'s transit ridership (LA Times)
    • Ojai gets money for bike and pedestrian projects (VC Star)
    • Will you use it for transit or highways, California? Feds release unspent transportation money from earmarks (CityLab)
    • Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority adopts open data policy (Planetizen)
    • Working elevators in BART stations are a social justice issue (TransForm)
    • Study finds Bus Rapid Transit brings economic development (Transportation For America)
    • Some bus riders prefer cars—but not all (City Lab)
    • How to calculate the social cost of pollution (High Country News)
    • BART Board adopts affordable housing policy: minimum 20 percent on BART property projects (Contra Costa Times)
    • Portland makes protection the default for all new bike lanes (People for Bikes)
    • Bicycle riders in Sydney rally against punitive laws (Huffington Post)

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