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8:41 AM PST on February 10, 2016

    • Why isn't bike-share more popular? Some say: safety, or anyway perceptions thereof (GovTech)
    • San Francisco may replace LOS with VMT ahead of new state rules (SF Planning Department)
    • Experts discuss price of gas in California while oil industry reps remain quiet (Charlotte Observer)
    • Crash shows need to complete bike network now (Bike East Bay)
    • Distracted pedestrians are not the same as distracted drivers (The Stranger)
    • LA. vs. the Bay Area: It's the ways we get around (California Planning & Development Report)
    • Redding to adopt a citywide parklet policy (Record Searchlight)
    • Community works together on Berkeley parklet design (Berkeleyside)
    • Prospective tenants far outnumber available units in affordable development (KQED)
    • Urban planning ignores social realities (Rooflines)
    • With pilot program ended, housing activists target tech company shuttles again (SFGate)
    • FHWA rules say those pretty painted crosswalks in St. Louis are a danger (Planetizen)

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