- Another Caltrans Contractor Admits to Bribing State Officials for Contracts (SacBee)
- Metro Riders Blast Proposed Metro Fare Hike (Daily News)
- South Pasadena’s Anti-Pedestrian Fair Oaks Project At Committee Today (Biking in L.A.)
- Long Beach Breaks Ground On Lagoon Revamp (LongBeachIze)
- Analysis of Prop. 30 Results (SFGate)
- San Diego Prioritizes Fixing Streets (Union-Tribune)
- Petaluma Plans for Bike Boulevard (Petaluma 360)
- San Diego Cracksdown on Street Vendors (Union-Tribune)
- Elon Musk’s Hyperdupe Saga Continues (Inverse)
- Green infrastructure Can Lead to Gentrification (Bloomberg)
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