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8:54 AM PST on February 13, 2017

    • BART directors propose immigration sanctuary on transit (KQED)
    • California got used to working collaboratively with the federal EPA; now we'll have to fight for clean air (Capitol Weekly)
    • Peninsula cities work together to create multi-county bike path (Palo Alto Online)
    • Los Gatos bike/ped plan shaping up (Mercury News)
    • Holden introduces bill to stop 710 tunnel (KCET)
    • It's tough right now for bicycle retailers (Press Democrat)
    • Restrictive zoning costs everyone a lot of money (Systemic Failure)
    • Redland's parklets “didn't catch on” (Press Enterprise)

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