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    • TODAY: California Bicycle Coalition hosts webinar on electric bike-share (Bicycle Retailer)
    • L.A. gets its first all-electric DASH buses (Mass Transit)
    • S.F. threatens legal action against rogue bike-share company (Examiner) (SFist)
    • Assemblymembers seek rural representation on California Transportation Commission (Sierra Sun Times)
    • CalEnviroScreen, CA's tool for defining disadvantaged communities, gets an update (Safe Routes to School)
    • Developer hopes to get permission to build tiny prefab houses for the homeless in Berkeley and beyond (Berkeleyside)
    • Meet L.A. County's first regional sustainability chief (The Planning Report)
    • L.A. isn't overdeveloped, it's in a slump (LA Times)
    • This is what happens when you cut funding (Archinect)
    • Op-Ed: The state must fund better roads NOW, say labor and construction industry reps (Sacramento Bee)
    • BART will guarantee parking spots for carpoolers with new app (East Bay Times)
    • France adopts helmet law for kids (Systemic Failure)

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