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8:41 AM PST on February 1, 2018

    • The fight for environmental justice and the rise of citizen activism (Governing)
    • Walk-first cities are saving lives (Curbed)
    • Meanwhile, in Bakersfield, pedestrians are the ones charged with "safety" violations (Kern Golden Empire)
    • Cyclist fights Burbank's bike ban on pedestrian/equestrian bridge (LA Times)
    • As car ownership among the poor rises, transit ridership falls (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Why won't CPUC reveal how it is spending revenue from ride-hail companies, asks SFCTA (SF Examiner)
    • CA awards grants for rail projects (KUSI)
    • CARB awards funds to San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District to clean up air quality (Sun Gazette)
    • Where will cap-and-trade money go? Brown's proposal (Grist)
    • Electrify transportation to clean up the air (Inland Empire Community News)
    • Cal EPA releases pesticide map for San Diego County (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Biking could change American society (E)

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