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8:21 AM PST on December 14, 2016

    • UCLA to join consortium of universities in new research center (UCLA)
    • Breitbart says California is the worst state . . . for car drivers
    • Northern CA cities get money for bike, pedestrian projects (Chicoer)
    • Two “Healthy Heroes” who refused to yield to pressure to drive their kids to school (Safe Routes Partnership)
    • Heads up: Pedestrian, bike enforcement actions ongoing in Orange County, other areas (Patch)
    • Federal DOT releases a toolkit to help citizens get involved in highway planning (CityLab)
    • After Ghost Ship fire, artists and cities clash over DIY venues (Good)
    • It took more than bike lanes to make Copenhagen bike-friendly (City Observatory)

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