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    • Study: Commuting by bike can cut cancer, heart disease (BBC News)
    • Menlo park approves Oak Grove bike boulevard (Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition)
    • More than 90 percent of Californians live with unhealthy air (Capital Public Radio)
    • Cultivating a non-automobile focus in transportation planning (MikeOnTraffic)
    • How we will fund the transportation bill (East Bay Times)
    • CA High-Speed Rail issues first bonds to pay for construction (Bloomberg)
    • Can infill development solve the housing crisis and climate change? (Sacramento News and Review)
    • Senator Wiener calls for more market-rate housing (CurbedSF)
    • Republican legislator accuses governor of “illegal vote trading” by negotiating on transportation bill (Sacramento Bee)
    • California, Quebec, and Ontario working together on cap-and-trade (The Globe and Mail)
    • DMV says it has been cracking down on disabled placard abuse (KTVU)
    • The Cliff Notes version to Richard Florida's new book on The New Urban Crisis (City Observatory)
    • National League of Cities publishes a guide for cities on preparing for a “driverless future”

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