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7:43 AM PDT on May 8, 2019

    • Get ready for Bike to Work Day: This week in the Bay Area (Mercury News, Daily Republic, San Francisco Bike Coalition, Bike East Bay, Bike Silicon Valley)
    • How we talk about drivers hitting bicyclists matter (Outside)
    • Push to change roadway permits could force gender equity in Tour of California (Cycling News)
    • San Diego County Supervisors balk at SANDAG's proposal to abandon highway projects in favor of transit (Voice of San Diego)
    • The 405 through the Sepulveda Pass was widened, and 5 years later traffic is slower (Curbed)
    • Report examines feasibility of expanding SMART in Northern California (Progressive Railroading)
    • In court, California is winning its environmental cases against the feds (LA Times)
    • Getting people to change their behavior to lower emissions is hard (Greenbiz)
    • City dwellers don't like congestion pricing, until they do (NPR)
    • A credit card that helps you manage your carbon emissions (Inhabitat)

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