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    • Head of CA Senate calls for hearing on Measure R2 spending plan (Long Beach Press Telegram)
    • Don't ignore CSUN in Measure R2 (Los Angeles Daily News)
    • SF Bicycle Coalition names new director (SFGate)
    • What's misleading about that recent analysis of transit frequency in the U.S. (Human Transit)
    • CTC luminaries say: Do something about CA roads (Sacramento Bee)
    • Open transit data is a major success story (Sunlight Foundation)
    • A car  can get from DTLA to Santa Monica a few minutes faster than a bike or train—if that's what matters (Hollywood Reporter)
    • Taxis, ride-hail services clash over legislation in Sacramento (Sacramento Bee)
    • It's time to update archaic bike registry laws  (East Bay Times)
    • Christo's floating pier is a really good idea for pedestrian infrastructure (Gizmodo)
    • This is a once-in-a-lifetime the opportunity to get transportation right (Bacon's Rebellion)
    • San Francisco could legalize in-law units across the city (CurbedSF)
    • Waze to introduce feature in L.A. that would guide drivers away from dangerous left turns (CityLab)

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