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7:11 AM PDT on May 12, 2016

Happy Bike Month! It's officially Bike to Work Day in some parts of California (Bay Area, Santa Cruz, Arcata) and in the rest of the state it is, as always, Unofficial Bike to Work Day.

    • Telegraph parking-protected bike lanes get a ribbon-cutting in Oakland (CBS)
    • More bike lanes coming in the East Bay (Mercury News)
    • Local BTWD pre-coverage (KRON4)
    • Metrolink's Riverside-to-Perris line set to open June 6 (Press Enterprise)
    • Hyperloop rebrands, begins testing, attracts funders (Gizmodo) (SFGate)
    • Three ballot initiatives that could reshape California cities (The Architect's Newspaper)
    • The future of transportation (Vox)
    • Santa Rosa tries to halt rising rents with moratorium (Press Democrat)
    • CA tax revenues are falling, budget discussions gearing up (CA Public Radio)
    • Saving subways from climate change flooding (
    • Four ways energy efficient buildings benefit cities (The City Fix)

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