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    • Seniors and disabled are most impacted by dangerous crossings in SF (KTVU)
    • Letter rider says there are no bike riders in Redlands, and never will be, so don't waste all that paint to make lanes for them (Redlands Daily Facts)
    • More and more New Yorkers are commuting by bike (New York Times)
    • Oil industry politics ruled cap-and-trade deal (Capitol Weekly)
    • Vox video: The high cost of free parking (YouTube)
    • OCTA orders train engines so Redlands can have passenger rail service... one day (Redlands Daily Facts)
    • Well duh: passengers switch from Metrolink to Gold Line: less expensive, more trains (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
    • Riverside gets money to expand freeway with toll lanes (Press Enterprise) (Orange County Breeze)
    • Auto industry moving to California? (Auto News)

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