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9:02 AM PDT on April 19, 2016

Image: Gianluca Gimini, Velocipedia via Washington Post
Image: Gianluca Gimini, Velocipedia, via Washington Post
Image: Gianluca Gimini, Velocipedia via Washington Post
    • Lawmakers seek tighter oversight of high-speed rail (LA Times)
    • Making a right turn on a red light without stopping: just don't do it (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Four Bay Area cities have “greenest commute” in U.S. (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Drop in Santa Clara bus ridership brings hard decisions (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Transit riders love the new red lanes in San Francisco (SF Curbed)
    • Transit study analyzes alternatives along I-80 corridor in Contra Costa County (East Bay Times)
    • Why isn't there more ferry service across San Francisco Bay? (KQED)
    • Well, you try drawing a bike: it's not so easy (Washington Post)

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