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7:27 AM PDT on March 21, 2017

    • Another attempt: Bill seeks to lower fines for not stopping at red lights (Mercury News)
    • Bellflower approves master plan for proposed bike trail to connect L.A., San Gabriel river trails (Wave)
    • San Leandro Creek trail plans taking shape (East Bay Times)
    • Elected officials in Napa find out how time consuming it is to ride the bus (Napa Valley Register)
    • Is Uber not coming to Oakland after all? (East Bay Express)
    • L.A. mayor, leaders hold rally to “fix our roads!” (LA Times)
    • Study: Fare integration between agencies is not so easy (Green Caltrain)
    • Now it's even easier to build backyard cottages in Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
    • Wasteful infrastructure and our inability to maintain what we have (Strong Towns)
    • Is the EPA useful? Well, yes (Moyers & Company)
    • What free bus passes can do for ridership, parking (NextCity)
    • Street harassment is a public health problem (CityLab)
    • Bike-share is taking off in Beijing (NY Times)

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