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    • First section of CV Link--bike/ped/golf cart path in Coachella Valley--opens (Patch)
    • Protected bike lanes may be coming to Lake Merritt in Oakland (SF Gate)
    • Glendale-Hyperion bridge to get protected bike lanes as part of retrofit (Curbed)
    • Community speaks up, so contractor reopens bike/ped link after claiming it wouldn't be possible (Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition)
    • Studies are clear: Uber, Lyft increase congestion (KPCC)
    • California transportation agencies get new leadership (Progressive Railroading)
    • Conversation with the housing activist who came up with SB 827 (Vox)
    • Former head of Caltrans pushes idea that a remote highway is the most important road project in Sacramento (Sacramento Bee)
    • LAX to move forward with public-private partnership to build tram (SCPR)
    • Breakdown: Where gas tax funds are being used in Northern California (Chicoer)
    • Oil companies spent record amounts lobbying CA legislators last year (LA Times)
    • Loving Wakanda's fantasy transit system (The Verge)

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