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    • Coverage of Bay Area Bike to Work Day:
      • Beautiful machine (UC Berkeley News)
      • Oh, those crazy bicyclists, thinking anyone would want to ride a bike to work (Napa Valley Register)
      • San Mateo launches bike share on Bike to Work Day (KQED)
      • Bike counter activated on Valencia Street in S.F. (Mission Local)
      • New bike lane opens in Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
      • Officials pretend to care about bicycles on Bike to Work Day (SFist)
      • You have to work hard to stand out on Bike to Work Day (SFGate)
      • Strava declares its own Global Bike to Work Day on Tuesday; riders log 80,000 miles (Bicycle Retailer)
    • This bike alarm explodes (CityLab)
    • Transportation funding redux: Too many potholes, nobody wants to pay to fix them:
      • Only 3 of top 20 critical projects funded in CA (CBS Local)
      • Sacramento is “lagging”; considers local sales tax measure for transportation (KCRA)
      • The problem is Republican legislators refuse to vote for raising gas taxes (LA Times)
      • While some still refer to “pain at the pump” (Mass Transit)
    • Meanwhile, report points out that Amtrak is critical for CA economy (Business Journal)

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