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People in suburbs like to vacation where they can walk, ride bikes; Changing the car safety rating system could save lives; Guerrilla bike benches for bus riders; Freight rail industry can't imagine cleaning up trains; More

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  • Bike Index uncovers bike theft ring in Mexico - selling high-end bikes stolen all over the world (Wired)
  • People who live in suburbia like to vacation where they can walk and ride bikes (Video) (CityNerd)
  • Changing the car safety rating system could save lives (Vox)
  • Caltrans seeks public input on its Highway 99 "comprehensive multimodal plan" for Highway 99 in the Central Valley (Caltrans)
  • Installing benches as a love letter to transit (KALW)
  • State auditor: San Jose VTA needs better project planning and oversight (KQED)
  • Sacramento transit district invites riders to check out new low-floor light-rail vehicles (Sacramento Bee)
  • Megabus owner files for bankruptcy, done in by pandemic (Bus & Motorcoach News)
  • Placer County to put a transportation sales tax measure on the ballot, mostly for highways (Placer)
  • "We can't do it!" Industry reacts to CARB's proposed clean freight rail rule (Santa Ynez Valley News, Competitive Enterprise Institute)

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