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9:10 AM PDT on May 22, 2017

    • Pondering Bike to Work Day (Restless Urbanist)
    • Caltrans News flash: Director Malcolm Dougherty on what Caltrans is doing for bikes
    • We aren't lazy. So why aren't more of us biking to work? (SLO Tribune)
    • Nevada County puts out draft Regional Transportation Plan (YubaNet.com)
    • Lake Tahoe bike trails getting spring makeover (Tahoe Daily Tribune)
    • New Yucca Loma bridge opens to people—and pets—before cars (VV Daily Press)
      • ...but the bridge worries Apple Valley residents, as it will bring in more traffic (VVDaily Press)
    • Is Open Streets a glimpse into Watsonville's bike-friendly future? (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Sacramento Bee feels the need to explain its Sunday Streets event
    • Does cap-and-trade need a 2/3 vote? (LA Times)
    • Asm Melendez's claim that SB1 “diverts” transportation money is wrong (Politifact)
    • Self-driving cars will make—er, are making—congestion worse (Vox)
    • Those ceramic dots marking freeway lane lines are going to be phased out (OC Register)

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