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10:49 AM PDT on June 20, 2016

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For over a year, Streetsblog California has been the leading online news source covering changes at Caltrans, the state's Cap and Trade program, transportation reform at the state legislature, High Speed Rail, and hundreds of other stories.

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Over the next two weeks, you'll see articles and letters from some of our supporters explaining why they think Streetsblog California is an essential part of the movement to create safer streets, better bike infrastructure, and more and better transit options.

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