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9:01 AM PST on March 11, 2016

    • Study: Bike-share is not as dangerous as (some) people thought it would be (Curbed)
    • Oakland touts its bike plan (East Bay Redeveloped)
    • Stockton is holding workshops to rewrite its Bicycle Master Plan (SafeTrec)
    • Long Beach unveils bike-share bikes (Long Beach Post)
    • Newly accessible by transit: hikes off the Gold Line (Curbed LA)
    • DTLA's pedways are still there but hard to find (LA Downtown News)
    • Study: U.S. drivers are distracted more than half the time they're on the road (City Lab)
    • Oh how we hate the roundy-roundies: American resistance to roundabouts (CityLab)
    • How is CA doing on climate change? (CALmatters)
    • California's working poor are growing poorer (CALmatters)
    • Study: Wealth disparity among races, ethnicities in L.A. is YUGE (UCLA)

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