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Today’s Headlines

8:03 AM PDT on October 5, 2017

    • Bike advocates converge on Sacramento (Capital Public Radio)
    • SMART did not expect so many bike commuters wanting to ride (Press Democrat)
    • Do the economics of bike-share add up? (CityMetric)
    • An argument against flashing beacons on bike boulevards in Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
    • Metro Orange Line upgrades would speed up trips (Curbed)
    • LA Times finds majority opposes repeal of gas tax
    • Housing, transportation, and climate change are all connected (Medium)
    • Despite big payout, San Diego doesn't plan to change its sidewalk repair policy anytime soon (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Governor signs bill tightening rules on disabled placards (LA Times)

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