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9:02 AM PST on December 27, 2016

    • Make the most of your new bike (Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates)
    • Biking rates keep increasing in San Francisco (SFist)
    • San Benito County seeks comments on Hollister bike, pedestrian project (Benito Link)
    • Sacramento applies for permission to be a testing ground for self-driving cars (Business Journals)
    • Santa Maria approves affordable housing project with less parking and improved bike-ped access nearby (Santa Maria Times)
    • Monterey jumps in to pass local ordinance restricting in-law units before more lenient state law takes effect (Monterey Herald)
    • Calistoga considers incentives for affordable housing developers (Napa Valley Register)
    • CA Apartment Association report suggests penalizing sprawl by connecting it to climate change (LA Times)
    • CA won't back down on climate change (NY Times)
    • In London, truck drivers undergo sensitivity training by riding bikes on city streets (
    • You will buy an electric bike (Huffington Post)
    • So Cal Gas downplays newly discovered methane leak at Aliso Canyon (Daily News)

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