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7:44 AM PST on February 10, 2017

    • More about new CA statewide bike and pedestrian plan (Safe Routes to Schools)
    • How L.A. plans to lower its temperature (LA Times)
    • Assemblymembers introduce bill to invest in climate change equitably (LA Times)
    • The LA Times breaks down sides on the cap-and-trade debate in California
    • First cap-and-trade auction strong amid growing legal certainty (Forbes)
    • Why Caltrain electrification must move forward (Caltrain)
    • Editorial: Representative Kevin McCarthy should support Caltrain electrification (Mercury News)
    • S.F.'s Geary Blvd rapid transit, under attack from NIMBYs, has been on the table for a very very long time (SF Examiner)
    • A tunnel for the 710 freeway would cost too much and solve nothing, says Assembly bill (KPCC)
    • Yes: Ambulance by bike (South Coast Today)
    • Don't “balance” modes: Prioritize walking, biking, transit (Streetsblog Denver)
    • Americans are driving less, sitting at home more (CityLab)
    • World's longest elevated bicycle highway opens in China (Mother Nature Network)

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