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Construction begins on Ontario BRT; Dodger Stadium gondola draws lawsuits; Putting cars back on Market Street won't solve SF's problems; More

ten or so bike riders waiting for a green light on Market st in SF
  • Construction begins in Ontario on new bus rapid transit line (Daily Bulletin)
  • Gondola to Dodger Stadium draws lawsuits (LA Times, Daily News, Patch)
  • Putting cars back on Market Street is not going to solve SF's problems (SF Chronicle)
  • Stop blaming pedestrians when they get hurt (Civil Beat)
  • What the heck is a "pedestrian on green ball"? (Daily Bulletin)
  • FHWA opens applications for $44 million for bike and pedestrian safety projects (Bay Link)
  • Fresno City to sue Fresno County over its General Plan (Fresnoland)
  • La Jolla resident creates animal-shaped bike routes (La Jolla Light)
  • People listen to radio in their cars. Policies to reduce driving have radio industry worried (Daily News)
  • CA has no idea how many homeless people die (KQED)

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