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8:14 AM PDT on May 3, 2019

    • The Trump administration is not talking to California about high-speed rail anymore (Capital Public Radio)
    • Here comes a dangerous idea: 30-mph electric shared bikes that a "loophole" will allow in California (Electrek)
    • Water bikes are coming this summer to the East Bay--but maybe don't use them to cross the rough bay waters (ABC)
    • Seeing your community with new eyes via a "walk audit" (Strong Towns)
    • Social networks influence walkability (CityMetric)
    • Davis, bike town (SF Chronicle)
    • Bike to Work Day events set for Arcata, Eureka (Times Standard)
    • Students demand more bike parking at UC Santa Barbara (Daily Nexus)
    • Couldn't have been difficult: Santa Clarita Valley sheriffs cite 375 drivers in April for distracted driving (Signal SCV)
    • A tiny minority of residents file most appeals that slow business development in Westwood (Daily Bruin)
    • Another problem for would-be home buyers: competition from hedge funds using algorithms (Houston Chronicle)

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