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    • Simple design changes can eliminate the danger of crossing railroad tracks on a bike (CityLab)
    • San Diego's bold bicycle plan gets only partial approval from city (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Oakland is on a pothole filling blitz (Patch, Hoodline)
    • Sacramento, Davis have an opportunity to go green with VW settlement (Sacramento Bee)
    • CEQA keeps being abused to block transit (Transit Talking Points)
    • Hilly cities take note: Lisbon is launching electric bike-share (Guardian)
    • For some, living in an office park is like “city living” (Washington Post)

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