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Today’s Headlines

8:08 AM PDT on May 6, 2019

    • Study: Bike lanes need physical protection (Ars Technica)
    • Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition honors bike advocates (Independent)
    • Solvang opens bike month with a ride for safety (Santa Ynez Valley News)
    • San Francisco's quickest protected bike lane yet (SF Bicycle Coalition)
    • Modesto considers trying out e-scooters (Modesto Bee)
    • Bird Scooters struggling (LA Times)
    • Uber and Lyft drivers plan to strike this week (USA Today)
    • Lyft is fighting to avoid having to accommodate people with disabilities (Politico)
    • Inside California's fight against pollution (The Hill)
    • San Bernardino gets federal loan to build toll lanes on the 10 freeway (Daily Bulletin)
    • Court rejects plan to widen Highway 101 through redwoods (Courthouse News)
    • Status report on high-speed rail in the U.S. (Curbed)

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