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    • KRON4 reports “a fatal collision between a pedestrian and a vehicle” —but the pedestrian was on the sidewalk—and was the vehicle driving itself?
    • Active Transportation Program fund recommendations:
      • $7 million to Santa Barbara (Edhat)
      • The Rincon Multi-Use trail in Carpinteria would “offset some of the impacts” of widening Highway 101 (Noozhawk)
      • Millions for Chico, Oroville (Chicoer)
    • Tinkering with bicycle design (Bicycling)
    • Bike East Bay seeks support for a better Berkeley Bike Plan (Bike East Bay)
    • Caltrain looking for volunteers for bicycle advisory committee (Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition)
    • Sacramento Area Bicycle Associates support Measure B
    • Public transit is a civil rights issue (ATTN)
    • Wired says new BART car designs are for “anti-social commuters”
    • Here are the most common excuses for high subway construction costs (Pedestrian Observation)
    • New law integrates climate change into California law and planning (The Planning Report)
    • Volkswagen is still cheating on emissions (Wall Street Journal)
    • An atlas of gentrification (Creative Review)

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