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    • Now anyone can ride a bike in Golden Gate park (SF Chronicle)
    • This short video makes a compelling case for bus-only lanes (FastCompany)
    • Californians are worried about wildfires (KQED)
      • And they make the connection to climate change (CALmatters)
      • Uh, some of them do. Others are holding their hands firmly over their eyes (Sacramento Bee)
    • California moves towards self-driving cars (CALmatters)
    • Bike lanes are great, but we'll never get them, says small town newspaper (Union Democrat)
    • Federal funding for bike-share? (Portland Tribune)
    • Caltrans is widening highway. . . lane markings (Roads&Bridges)
    • Highway widening begins in San Mateo County (Daily Journal)
    • LA Times's Vartabedian sees the demise of high-speed rail in every discussion about it
    • LA County has a sustainability plan, but doesn't plan to follow it (CityWatch)
    • Zoning laws control the definition of family (NY Times)

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