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8:34 AM PST on February 13, 2020

    • Cycling in Saint Helena is dangerous (Napa Valley Register)
    • Healdsburg to add bike wayfinding signs, more bike parking (Healdsburg Tribune)
    • Cities can improve cycling, and public health, with better bike lanes (Eco Business)
    • Will other cities follow San Francisco's example and ban cars from certain streets? (LA Times)
    • Sacramento county to try again with transportation sales tax measure (Mass Transit)
    • Metro to get $1.3 billion federal grant to finish Purple Line to West L.A. (LA Times)
    • How to fix public meetings (Curbed)
    • LA wins appeal in fight with Uber over scooter, bike data (LA Times)
    • Electric trucks ready to hit the road in CA (Transport Topics)
    • Another federal appointee--head of USEPA's western office--is from industry subject to agency's regulations (LA Times)
    • Why Moms4Housing is such a big deal (California Magazine)
    • A story of extreme landlord greed (LAist)

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