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8:40 AM PDT on October 16, 2017

    • Poorest neighborhoods in Fresno finalize plan for parks, sidewalks, school, jobs with $35m in cap-and-trade funding (NextCity)
    • Bikes help women escape Northern California fires with dog (NBC4), with kids while pregnant (Sacramento Bee)
    • Santa Maria: Workshop on unmet transit needs, Oct 26, is hiding under the radar (Santa Maria Times)
    • Cupertino plans bike festival next weekend (Mercury News)
    • Rebuilt bridge to Big Sur opens (US News)
    • Transportation “improvements” (for highways) coming soon to Riverside County (Press Enterprise)
    • Caltrans is looking for input on its statewide rail plan (Progressive Railroading)
    • Buckle up: Next year's election is going to be a wild ride (LA Times)(SF Gate)
    • Bicycle suspension is evil (Outside)

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