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    • That ground-breaking San Diego Climate Plan may not be legally enforceable (Voice of San Diego)
    • There's a growing movement to improve bicycle access at the U.S.-Mexico border (CityLab)
    • Low-cost bike repair “Hubitat” opens in San Bernardino (The Sun)
    • Bay Bridge bike path now slated to reach Yerba Buena Island in September (KQED)
    • High Speed Rail environmental review process begins in Bay Area: public meetings (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • San Joaquin Valley finally achieves a very old air quality standard; still working on updated ones (Fresno Bee)
    • When measuring congestion, don't forget those who opt out of it (Transportation4America)

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