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    • BART will offer incentives to riders who take the train before peak travel times (CityLab)
    • How bike counters work (Wisconsin State Journal)
    • Vision Zero has yet to reduce San Francisco traffic fatalities (Hoodline)
    • San Francisco is California's finalist in federal Smart City Challenge (Gizmodo)
    • What Portland, Maine can learn from the top biking city—Davis, CA (Press Herald)
    • Participants in California road user charge pilot program might get access to car performance data (Gov Tech)
    • Republicans insist we don't need to raise gas taxes (Daily News)
      • … while many counties, such as Contra Costa, are hoping local sales taxes will fill transportation funding gap (Contra Costa Times)
    • Santa Cruz holds Light Up the Night bike ride (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Whittier police use unattended bait bikes to nab alleged bike thieves (Whittier Daily New)

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