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8:08 AM PDT on May 27, 2016

Streetsblog won't be publishing on Monday in honor of Memorial Day. Have a great weekend.

    • Not a joke: California Board of Equalization celebrates rising sales of gas as a “win” (Press Enterprise)
    • Demand for cap-and-trade pollution credits falls (KQED)
    • Cap-and-trade auction shows resilience (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • Kings County won't appeal its High Speed Rail lawsuit (OC Register)
    • Kempton: No, dude, California transportation really does need more money (Fox and Hounds)
    • Wow! Google funds resurfacing of four miles of bike trail (Mercury News)
    • California Transportation Foundation awards Ventura beach bike path Bike Ped Project of the Year (Ventura County Star)
    • Video: Senator Cannella officially declares May is Bike Month (Vimeo)
    • San Luis Obispo county will put transportation sales tax on ballot (New Times SLO)
    • California's latest affordable housing proposal is a hot mess (City Commentary)
    • AirBnB money buys a politician or three (SF Examiner)
    • Comments sought on Plan Bay Area (Independent News)
    • Podcast: Can't ride it if they stole it (Bicycle Story)

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