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8:44 AM PST on February 19, 2019

    • How CA high-speed rail can move forward (Curbed)
    • Bill calls for miles of new CA highway without speed limits--and claims a greenhouse gas reduction! (CBS Local)
    • Study: Bike-share takes riders from buses, adds riders to trains (Future Structure)
    • Bike thefts in San Francisco are down, cops take credit (SF Examiner)
    • Santa Maria's Downtown Streetscape Concept Plan needs to consider bikes, pedestrians (Lompoc Record)
    • Santa Rosa bike path plan to go before city council soon (Press Democrat)
    • Two new ferry terminals in S.F. Bay Area (SF Chronicle)
    • Amidst plan to build Santa Rosa greenway, more housing--a fuss about traffic (Press Democrat)
    • How other people influence one's transportation choices, decisions (The Conversation)
    • Bicycle snow plow: yes! (USA Today)

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