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    • Planners could do a lot more to make cities safe and healthy (Next City)
    • Apple gives $1.8 million to Cupertino for bike lanes (Mercury News)
    • L.A. is walkable (SCPR)
    • BART proof-of-payment rule is harmful and unnecessary (Bay City Beacon)
    • Adding lanes does not reduce congestion (Houston Chronicle)
    • Why New York's subway system is failing (NY Times)
    • Cartoon: The perfect pedestrian, making the world safe for motocracy (Treehugger)
    • California's emission reductions are due to renewable energy, not cap-and-trade (PV Magazine)
    • The once and future Democratic consensus on climate change (Vox)
    • One thousand bikes in a tunnel: whose fault? (OC Register)
    • Memorial bike ride in Sunland (Daily News)

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