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    • Data from San Francisco shows vulnerability of senior pedestrians (SF Examiner)
    • CA bill clarifies that bicyclists are liable for hit-and-run crashes they cause, even on bike paths (Highland News)
    • Head of Bay Area regional transportation agency to retire next year (SF Business Times)
    • Novato approves financing for downtown SMART station (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Santa Maria gets funding to complete its Active Transportation Plan (Santa Maria Sun)
    • In Oxnard, road projects move forward that would disappear if Prop 6 passes (TriCountySentry)
    • The fantasy of an all-autonomous fleet is making people imagine that planning for transit is unnecessary (Bond Buyer)
    • An inventor's workshop inspired by bicycle parts (BBC)
    • This man turns his bike into a boat, uses it to collect plastic out of London's waterways (WCVB)

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