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8:17 AM PST on March 9, 2017

    • An update on Davis, home to America's first bike lane (Outside)
    • CA transportation funding bill moves forward (LA Times)
    • Do toll roads hurt the poor? (Strong Towns)
    • Bay Bridge bike path still only open on weekends (SF Chronicle)
    • Surprise! BART's cute Oakland connector is losing money (SF Chronicle)
    • Get kids riding transit, and they're more likely to be lifelong riders (Planetizen)
    • Orange County transit faces challenges (Voice of OC)
    • A clear-eyed take on the Caltrain/high speed rail funding snafu (Courthouse News Service)
    • Expired rule on federal environmental process could delay California projects (Sacramento Bee)
    • California needs to go big on housing (California Economic Summit)
    • Self-driving cars can't solve congestion, but economics can (NY Times)
    • Melbourne's pedestrian signal featuring a skirt wearer is causing a stir (Press Reader)  (RGVproud)

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