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    • Not only does Caltrans want to build a new four-lane highway, it wants to keep the existing two-lane road as a frontage road (San Benito)
    • Once-renegade bike ride preceding L.A. Marathon is now a sanctioned event (Daily News)
    • Caltrans greenlights dozens of transportation projects (Action News Now)
    • One year after Uber's fatal crash, pedestrians aren't any safer (Curbed)
    • Rail grade separation projects begin in Southern California (Progressive Railroading)
    • New San Francisco protected bike lanes limited to a few blocks (Curbed)
    • Bay Area bike-share workers to vote on unionizing (SF Examiner)
    • Transit unions are planning for autonomous vehicles (Gizmodo)
    • Marin approves expanded use of e-bikes on park trails (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Bike infrastructure is spotty, badly maintained, and confusing for drivers and cyclists (LA Times)

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