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Today is National Bike to Work Day—have a great ride!

    • High speed rail gets a four-year delay (Politico)  (LA Times)
    • Director of Caltrans leads annual bike tour to promote, discuss bicycling for transportation (Mass Transit)
    • Placer County “sidewalks to nowhere” are endangering people walking (Sacramento Bee)
    • No, no, no, no, and no: Google wants its self-driving cars to grab any pedestrians it hits (Mercury News)
    • Never mind: San Diego's climate change plan is legally enforceable, after all (San Diego Union-Tribune)
    • Five cities that are reducing GHGs while achieving social and economic development (The City Fix)
    • San Francisco landlord and Uber will pay residents $100 to be car-free (thus reducing parking requirements/expenses for landlord) (The Verge)
    • New issue of Access Magazine: Energy use in electric vehicles, airport traffic congestion, cars and economic opportunity, running to work, and more (Access)

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