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    • Sonoma County employers working out ways to connect employees with coming SMART train (Petaluma360)
    • Bay Area welcomes once-shunned mountain bikers (Mercury News)
    • Cities are unnecessarily endangering bicyclists (Slate)
    • Electric bikes can help California meet emission goals (Next City)
    • Bakersfield road widening project is backwards, out of date, “puts cars over people” (Courthouse News)
    • Failing to secure state funds, San Mateo turns to feds for Highway 101 widening project (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • Election Cycle: Bicyclist covers both presidential conventions (ABC)
    • At the Republican convention, the “most up-to-date” way to patrol: cops on bikes (Wall Street Journal)
    • Auto industry can do it if regulations demand it: fuel efficiency, innovation are increasing quickly in new vehicles (Fast Lane)
    • We need more than cap and trade (Huffington Post)

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