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8:34 AM PDT on May 13, 2019

    • What it will cost business to do nothing about climate change: a lot (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Video study: Bicyclists break far fewer road rules than motorists, but they're easier to see (Forbes)
    • It's Bike to Work Week in Ventura County (VC Star)
    • Have some tacos with your transit in the OC (Orange County Breeze)
    • SANDAG celebrates completion of bike, transit, road projects (Times of San Diego)
    • San Jose mayor celebrates recovery from bike crash with a ride on Bike to Work Day (Mercury News)
    • Santa Barbara police wait until it's almost Bike to Work Day to conduct "traffic safety" operations (Edhat)
    • But somehow Santa Barbara is ranked the top bike city in California (Independent)
    • Federal government is attacking CA high-speed rail project (Government Technology)
    • How old Oakland's buildings escaped demolition (in part, by pushing out tenants) (KQED)

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