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    • Today is International Women's Day. Some of the websites you encounter will be closed in solidarity with "A Day Without Women"
    • Gee, “female” pedestrian signals, how enlightened (Lonely Planet)
    • The case for protected bike lanes (Fast CoExist)
    • Statewide survey finds Californians want state action on climate, immigration (PPIC)
    • There is a lot of excess parking at transit stations (Sacramento Transit Advocates and Riders)
    • Advocates want change on 17th Street in San Francisco (SFBay)
      • And improvements on Market Street (SFBC)
    • SANDAG relied on outdated information, underestimating costs of transportation projects (Voice of San Diego)
    • San Mateo Countywide Transportation Plan will include measurable performance targets (Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition)
    • Amid stale ridership numbers (SF Gate)
    • You don't want to be me: 20 years ago, I killed a bicyclist (WBUR)
    • Putting a stop to chop shops (SF Weekly)

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