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    • Trump administration gives Koch industries what it asked for in clean car negotiations (DeSmog)
      • Talks on fuel economy standards are over (LA Times)
    • Sen. Moorlach, explaining his no-speed-limit bill, says he has no data backing assertions on safety, GHGs (Road and Track)
    • California drivers couldn't handle no-speed-limit highways (Fresno Bee)
    • Consumer Reports weighs in on how to make the world safer for pedestrians
    • Maybe by tearing down the freeway? (Sacramento News & Review)
    • Central Valley city of Gustine didn't get a federal grant for a bike path; then it did, and now has to figure out how to move forward (Westside Connect)
    • San Francisco needs a lot more bike racks, says SFBC (Curbed, SF Examiner)
    • NYPD's anti-bike crusade (Outside Online)
    • You can get a ticket for walking in the roadway, even when sidewalks are too dangerous (MTL Blog)
    • Snow!!! (LA Times)

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