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Today’s Headlines

7:51 AM PDT on May 3, 2018

    • About that parking garage that got transit funding (Systemic Failure)
    • People for Bikes ranks cities on bike ridership, safety, ease of biking (Fast Company)
    • West Covina doesn't want bike path reopened because homeless people are scary; Bike plan approval postponed (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
    • Fresno Bicycle Coalition hosts 17th annual Mall-to-Mall Bike Ride (KMPH)
    • California population is growing, especially around Sacramento (Sacramento Bee)
    • EPA ozone designations raise concerns of political influence (Utility Dive)
    • Air quality is a public health issue (Inland Empire Community News)
    • How the transit housing bill failed (LA Times)
    • Bike, car manufacturers join forces to work on bike-to-car communication systems (Bicycle Retailer)
    • No more tax benefit for people who bike to work—or for parking costs? (MarketWatch)
    • Could autonomous vehicles add to congestion? Yup (GovTech)
    • What keeps girls from riding bikes (Outside Online)
    • Why can't riding bikes just be a normal thing in the U.S.? (Outside Online)

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