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8:22 AM PST on November 28, 2017

    • Road signs suck. What if we just got rid of them all? (Vox)
    • Palo Alto set to approve new bike bridge (Palo Alto Online)
    • The gender gap in bicycling: Stop conditioning women to be scared (Fast Company)
    • When women ride bikes in Turkey, it's a political statement (Ahval News)
    • Transit can get hacked, too (CityLab)
    • New pedestrian safety lights up, but not on, in Vallejo (Times-Herald News)
    • L.A. weighs plan to allow denser development at transit stations (LA Times)
    • LAO report misses the point: Cap-and-trade is a motivator, not CA's primary emission reduction policy (NRDC)
    • Gas tax repeal effort begins gathering signatures (Times of San Diego)
    • Private bus services crowd-source routes; Can that work for everyone? (Mercury News)
    • High speed rail opponents request emergency audit; Committee head says seek a regular, more public one (LA Times)

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