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8:42 AM PDT on June 30, 2016

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    • Stanislaus County approves transportation sales tax measure (Mass Transit)
    • San Jose's Lincoln Avenue pilot road diet slowed traffic, improved safety, will be made permanent (Mercury News)
    • Bay Area's draft transportation priority plan released for public comment (Mass Transit)
    • VW settlement means some money for California zero emission vehicle programs (Sacramento Bee)
    • Neither Sidewalk Labs nor its work on the Smart City Challenge is "secretive" (CityLab)
    • Feds conducting Mayor's Challenge to recognize good bike and ped projects—deadline today (Fast Lane)
    • Complete Streets mean stronger economies (MikeonTraffic)
    • The challenges and opportunities of the L.A. river (LA Times)

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