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    • Solano County board supports state transportation funding bill (Daily Republic)
    • Fresno mayoral candidates to debate at “Walk and Roll” (Fresno Bee)
    • Ride Week in Ventura County means take transit, carpool, ride a bike—don't drive solo (Ventura County Star) (Pacific Coat Business Times)
    • Residents call on S.F. to fix dangerous bike conditions (Hoodline)
    • L.A., Santa Monica pedestrian scrambles are working pretty well (Planetizen)
    • At new Kings Arena opening in Sacramento, light rail was jammed, parking lots only one-third full (Sacramento Bee)
    • Twelve-foot lanes are a disaster for safety (CityLab)
    • California governor signs bill allowing testing of self-driving cars (Daily Mail)
    • It's official: Land use regulations increase housing costs (Forbes)
    • Bike thief caught by cowboy with rope skills (CBS News)
    • Police in Quebec are riding the bus to catch text drivers (CBC News)

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