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7:58 AM PDT on May 21, 2018

    • Modesto celebrates bicycling (Modesto Bee)
    • Don't get too excited about Bike to Work Day (CityLab)
    • L.A. will convert a steep street to one-way and restrict turns for safety (NBC)
    • When roads prioritize cars, pedestrians are faulted for getting hit (Austin Monitor)
    • Urban bridges need to make room for bikes and pedestrians (Fast Company)
    • Brown calls gas tax repeal "a political stunt" (Daily News)
    • Local areas tout projects funded by gas tax:
      • Highways and transit in San Diego County (KUSI)
      • Main Street redesign in Woodland with bike lanes, transit, sidewalk improvements (Daily Democrat)
      • Bridge over railroad crossing in Ventura (VC Star)
      • Imjin Parkway in Monterey to be widened, with medians, bike lanes, sidewalks, roundabouts (Monterey Herald)
      • Highway interchange in Concord will get wider, faster (East County Today)
      • Highway 101 through Bay Area to get express lanes, new ramps (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Pomona to build a homeless services center (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
    • Kaiser Permanente to invest $200m in affordable housing (SF Chronicle)

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