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    • Video: 2018 a Key Year for High Speed Rail (Fresno Bee)
    • WeHo Considers Making Bikeshare Free for Residents (WeHoVille)
    • Santa Cruz Considers Trading Car Parking for Bike Parking (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Long Beach Council Allows Some Oil Drilling, Saves Some Wetlands (LB Post)
    • More Buffered Bike Lanes in San Diego (La Jolla Light)
    • Monterey Park Approves Complete Street Project (Biking in L.A.)
    • After Marchers Get Tickets, Sacramento City Leaders Call for Free Parking on MLK Day (SacBee)
    • Hearings Scheduled for L.A. Metro's Union Station Revamp (The Source)
    • Commentary: No to Density Near Transit in Marin (MarinIJ)
    • Commentary: No Bikes on the San Rafael Bridge (MarinIJ)
    • Rise of the E-Bikes (CNN)

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