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    • SCAG announces its list of regional active transportation projects (Long Beach Post)
    • Coachella Valley considers its own funding for bike and pedestrian infrastructure (Desert Sun)
    • Mountain bikers say they are angry at slow pace of trail creation in Marin (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Electric school buses are on their way to California (NBC)
    • Lodi City Council discusses proposals to raise gas taxes (Lodi News)
    • Nevada County officials urge unspecified “long-term transportation funding reform”—but dare not say “raise gas taxes”? (The Union)

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