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    • Bill to end mandatory parking requirements near transit heads to Governor (The Center Square)
    • Bill requiring signals to give pedestrians a head start passes Legislature (Santa Monica Daily Press)
    • Last-minute bill to "save" Diablo Canyon nearly derailed by one phrase (Sacramento Bee)
    • In praise of the community bike shop (Momentum Magazine)
    • Against bollards on bike trails (Bike Sonoma)
    • Why do some people hate bicycle riders? (Guardian)
    • Do highways frustrate mobility? (Planetizen)
    • Caltrain, PG&E celebrate milestone on electrification project (Mass Transit)
    • Monterey transit agency invites public to offer input on design of Bus Rapid Transit paralleling Highway 1 (Mass Transit)
    • Yolobus to increase service, offers free transit through October (Mass Transit)
    • California Governor Newsom's strategies developed over time (CalMatters)
    • The story of building a skate park, despite rules (LA Times)
    • Newsom celebrates clearing of homeless encampments (Sacramento Bee)
    • ICYMI: Rich people give money to study climate change, but we need action (CP&DR)

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