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8:51 AM PDT on July 11, 2018

    • Inland Empire freeway projects inch forward (Highland Community News)
    • S.F. to add carpool, toll lanes on 101 freeway “to get out of the city faster” (NBC)
    • Ripon considers how it could use Active Transportation Program funds to improve bicycling (Manteca Bulletin)
    • Some Solvang residents complain that proposed bike/pedestrian path will “dissect and fragment” their neighborhood (Santa Ynez Valley News)
    • Marin county keeps pushing for the planned Richmond Bridge bike path to be turned over to cars (East Bay Express)
    • Policy choices for cities and autonomous vehicles (SideWalkTalk)
    • Study: State cap-and-trade program is not helping disadvantaged communities (SFSU)

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