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    • Illegal parking is a plague on Oakland's buffered bike lanes (GJEL Blog)
    • Before (high-speed rail) pictures of Fresno (Stop and Move)
    • Bay Area transit payment Clipper Card expands in Sonoma County (KRON)
    • Video: Why BART can't run 24/7 (CityLab)
    • Ten states—even maybe California—could raise gas tax this year (Planetizen)
      • But meanwhile the Board of Equalization lowered it, again (The Hill)  (CBS)
    • Study finds that sea level is rising at its fastest rate in 3,000 years (Mashable)
    • Climate change is already a health problem in L.A. (LA Times)
    • Peninsula leaders consider local funds to make up for transportation funding gap (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • If your city has a jaywalking problem, it's because of poor Pedestrian LOS (Systemic Failure)
    • These charts compare commute times and housing costs in major cities (Urban Demographics)
    • Want community? Build walkability (Strong Towns)

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