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Today’s Headlines

8:41 AM PDT on March 28, 2017

    • How dangerous is cycling? (Crikey)
    • Why do girls' attitudes toward bicycling decline as they get older? (Jennifer Dill)
    • Santa Cruz Criterium Classic bicycle race is a tight, fast, in-town loop (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Op-ed: How to get more people to bike in the Silicon Valley (Mercury News)
    • Singapore shelves its bike-share plans because private companies got there first (Mashable)
    • Fuel industry lobbies the California legislature (PR Newswire)
    • LA County to consider tighter rules for carpool, toll lanes (LA Times)
    • Sessions threatens to cut funding to “sanctuary cities” (CNN)
    • Why stronger fuel efficiency standards are important (TreeHugger)
    • How we created a new pollution problem with diesel (Health Spectator)

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