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8:48 AM PST on February 21, 2017

    • Oh yes they did: Feds delay Caltrain funding decision at behest of CA Republicans, putting entire project at risk (KPCC)  (SFGate)
      • And, as expected, the LA Times continues to conflate it with “the bullet train”
    • Asking bicyclists in Bicycle-Friendly Communities how safe they feel (Bike League)
    • Ride angry: The joys of bike rage (CityLab)
    • Bike Davis celebrates ten years of bike advocacy—only ten? (Davis Enterprise)
    • Where was the transit marketing while the Ortega highway was closed? (Transit Talking Points Inland Empire)
    • Let's not demonize driving, just stop subsidizing it (City Commentary)
    • In Davis, an opportunity to hear pros and cons of cap-and-trade (Davis Press Enterprise)
    • Study: Low Carbon Fuel Standard has an important role to play in fighting climate change (Natural Resources Defense Council)
    • LA has the worst traffic congestion, finds unsurprising study—so much for all those freeways (ABC7)
    • CA Senator introduces bill calling for 100% clean energy (USA Today)

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