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9:24 AM PDT on April 26, 2016

    • Lawmakers mull reversible freeway lanes (Press-Telegraph)
    • Bike the Vote LA endorses CA legislative candidates (Bike the Vote LA)
    • Providing bike parking is a simple way to promote bicycling (Bicycling)
    • Sacramento light rail paints red lines to keep out fare cheats (Sacramento Bee)
    • Active Transportation Program call for projects is now open (Safe Routes to School)
    • Public, visible transit info makes taking transit easier (Mobility Lab)
    • Santa Clara considers transportation sales tax measure (Progressive Railroading)
    • Clueless mall operator doesn't recognize his own customers, employees: “The large … volume of [transit riders] that [buses] bring to our property is not conducive to business.” (Des Moines Register)

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