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CA falling behind on complete streets; Why isn't stop-as-yield legal in all states? Speed enforcement cameras in general are on the rise; More

8:49 AM PDT on July 19, 2023

Telegraph protected bike lane in Oakland

  • California is falling behind on Complete Streets (CalBike)
  • Minnesota legalized stop-as-yield for bikes. Why not everywhere? (Momentum Mag)
  • Knee jerk reaction to potential speed camera pilot: calling it a "speed trap" and freaking out (SF Chronicle)
  • Speed cameras in general are on the rise (Smart Cities Dive)
  • What that gas tax money buys (Modesto Bee)
  • Republicans are trying to take money away from rail, water projects in already-passed infrastructure bill (Washington Post)
  • Canada rolled out a carbon tax without calling it one (Bloomberg)

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