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8:56 AM PDT on October 15, 2018

    • Make your city walkable, and save us all (Quartz)
    • Kids in San Joaquin Valley, Imperial County suffer asthma attacks at twice the rate of other CA areas (California Healthline)
    • The big debate on public transportation: Jarret Walker vs Randal O'Toole (CityLab)
    • Californians (??! everybody!), step away from your cars (NY Times)
    • Inter-county study on Inland Empire transportation challenges: most trips are local (Inland Empire)
    • SF (finally) reveals bikeway plans for Embarcadero (San Francisco Bike Coalition)
    • UC prof breaks down the price of gas in CA: Lots of reasons it is high, including a “mystery surcharge” twice the size of gas tax increase (Post Bulletin)
    • California mayors slam CPUC decision on energy fees as “corporate giveaway” (RouteFifty)
    • The Sierra Club issues its report card on the 2017-18 CA legislative session
    • Meet the head of the Governor's Office of Planning and Research (CALmatters)

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