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    • Silicon Valley has a plan for a “stress-free” bike network (NextCity)
    • Ventura gets funding for active transportation projects (VC Star)
    • Pasadena creates a street design guide focused on moving people, not cars (Pasadena Now)
    • Governor Brown, in D.C., is “cautiously optimistic” about Caltrain funding (Sacramento Bee)
    • Should bicyclists “pay their own way”? (Planetizen)
    • The helmet debate: Forcing cyclists to dress for urban warfare doesn't make biking safer (Guardian)
    • How bike-share is changing American cities (Curbed)
    • Research shows that transit improvements can lead to gentrification, displacement (UCLA Magazine)
    • How human-driverless car interactions could change our cityscapes, traffic rules (Scientific American)
    • Acknowledging the privilege of being able to call yourself a “nerd” (Transport Oakland)
    • Trump lays plans to gut Obama's “stupid” clean power plan (NY Times)
    • Video: A peek at the new ferries plying San Francisco Bay (SF Examiner/You Tube)

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