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    • For transit to work well, L.A. needs bus-only lanes (LA Times)
    • LA Metro will hold public meetings on Sepulveda Transit Corridor project (Daily News, NBC)
    • Concord offers free bus rides for a year (SF Gate)
    • Ten common, wrong, myths about bike lanes (Guardian)
    • Oakland adopts forward-looking bike plan (SF Gate)
    • A tiny town makes its parking charges rational (CityLab)
    • Construction to begin on rerouting, widening Highway 132--planned since the 1950s--in Modesto (Modesto Bee)
    • Temecula to widen a road, flattening a hill, because that will fix Sunday afternoon congestion (Press Enterprise)
    • Newsom is really mad at oil and gas regulator he fired over fracking, conflict of interest charges (Sacramento Bee)
    • Chevron fills a canyon with oil (Sacramento Bee)
    • Cap-and-trade is raising the price of polluting--in Europe (Marketplace)
    • Upcoming meeting to discuss plans to widen the shoulders of Highway 395 (Record Courier)

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