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8:24 AM PDT on June 24, 2016

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    • More about those three fatal Bay Area bike crashes (ABC7)
    • LA approves transportation sales tax measure for November ballot (LA Times)
      • and an affordable housing initiative (CurbedLA)
    • Air Resources Board recommends extending, adjusting cap and trade (Reuters)
      • and approves zero emission vehicle rebate, pending funding (LA Times)
    • For motorcycles: lane-splitting getting closer to being (officially) legal (Cycle World)
    • This is no joke: we're running out of sand (NY Times)
    • Friendships, and networking, matter: How L.A. and S.F.  differ (LSE)
    • A look at housing proposals in California and Massachusetts (City Observatory)

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