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    • LA Metro Votes on Providing Free Transit to LAUSD Students Later Today (LAT)
    • Alameda Looking for Input on How to Make Streets Safer for Bicyclists and Pedestrians (East Bay Times)
    • Automotive Dealers in San Mateo See Road Diet as Scheme to Kill Their Business (SM Daily Journal)
    • Check-In on the Ballot Initiatives that Shape the March Ballot in San Diego (Union-Tribune)
    • With Gas Taxes Funding Roads, How Should CA Capture Revenue from Electric Vehicles? (Governing)
    • But Businesses in Sonoma Support New Bike Trail by Russian River (Sonoma West)
    • Leg. Roundup Includes List of SB 50 Opponents (SacBee)
    • New York Times Discovers People Can Live Car-Free in Los Angeles (NYT)
    • Letter: Imagine Cycling to an A’s Game Over a Bridge (MarinIJ)
    • Commentary: Transit Housing Bill Tests Legislator Sincerity (SFChron)

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