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    • AARP outlines ten ways bike lanes are good for everyone, including people who don't ride bikes
    • SF Mayor creates “rapid response team” to respond to pedestrian fatalities (SF Examiner)
    • Bay Area bike-share expansion to include dockless, electric bikes (East Bay Times)
    • Some think it makes sense to award airline miles for bike-share miles traveled (Digital Journal)
    • Measuring and mapping local pollution along driving routes in the Central Valley (Aclima)
    • California is not immune from climate change (Sacramento Bee)
    • Putting community voices front and center in climate change discussions (SCOPE LA)
    • Jerry Brown's support of fracking, cap-and-trade offsets protested in Bonn (IndyBay)
    • CalMatters asks: Do legislators vote for people who give them money? (Yes, but not always)
    • Why pedestrian bridges wobble (Popular Science)
    • If a bus isn't a bus, is it better? (CityLab)
    • Redwood City's draft transportation plan seeks community input (Patch)
    • Despite concerns about heavy truck traffic, Jurupa Valley commission green-lights warehouse expansion (Press Enterprise)
    • Bill to allow non-carpools in HOV lanes on Riverside County freeways shelved for now (Press Enterprise)
    • Bickering over Aliso Canyon gas storage (LA Times)

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