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8:50 AM PST on February 13, 2018

    • E-bikes are more than a replacement for bikes (Slate)
    • Bay Area leaders decry Trump infrastructure plan (Mercury News)
    • Sacramento's streetcars threatened by Trump plan (Sacramento Bee)
    • Instead of cleaning up its act, Utah prepares to sue California over coal (Lompoc Record)
    • South Lake Tahoe is confused about raising transportation funds, tolls, congestion pricing (Tahoe Daily Tribune)
    • SF plans to sue California for sheltering Uber, Lyft (Curbed)
    • Proposed bridge toll hikes could benefit Napa County (Napa Valley Register)
    • Sacramento wraps light rail cars in art (Sacramento Bee)
    • Sacramento plans Vision Zero campaign; media focus on the lawn signs (Sacramento Bee)
    • Caltrain pedestrian underpass in Santa Clara wins a prize (Digital Journal)
    • El Paso considers international, cross-border bike-share (Fox)

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