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9:10 AM PDT on October 3, 2017

    • Trees are a public health infrastructure (Fast Company)
    • Santa Clara VTA to vote on distribution of bike/ped programming funds—which programs work? (Mercury News)
    • Bill opens up possibility of new redwood park in Santa Cruz Mountains (Mercury News)
    • Marin bicycle tunnel report brings out supporters, opponents (Marin Independent Journal)
    • San Jose takes on Vision Zero (Mercury News)
    • Bill creating rail authority to build light rail from Pleasanton BART to Tracy awaits Governor's signature (Golden State Newspapers)
    • Some see cronyism in hiring of High Desert Corridor project's special projects coordinator (Victorville Daily Press)
    • How I learned to love California high speed rail (Curbed)
    • Municipal courts' war on the poor (CityLab)
    • General Motors says it will move away from fossil fuel vehicles (Wired)
    • Cities oversell their bike friendliness (Planetizen)

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