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Inspiration from the Bike Summit; OakDOT proposes standards for temporary safety upgrades; San Diego transforms a fast road in Balboa Park; Stockton transit funding is under threat; More

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  • Ideas from the CalBike Bike Summit (Rancho Santa Fe Review)
  • OakDOT's proposal to allow temporary safety upgrades doesn't go far enough, say advocates (Oaklandside)
  • San Diego transforms a freeway through Balboa Park into a quiet road with a bike lane (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Stockton transit funding is under threat (KCRA)
  • PARKING CONTROL OFFICERS picket against plan to enforce illegal parking in SF (SF Chronicle)
  • Santa Cruz's West Cliff Drive is a harbinger of the future with sea level rise (NY Times)
  • Bay Area air district criticizes report that finds it is the fifth most polluted region nationally (SF Examiner)
  • Highly paid PG&E CEO defends high rates as utility's profits soar (SF Chronicle)
  • LA Court rules against housing law prohibiting zoning only for single-family homes (Mercury News)

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