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Giving away parking at transit stations is pure evil (Sightline) Life at a transit village (SF Chronicle) American Canyon sued over plan to widen highway through town (Napa Valley Register) Dangerous by Design: The 100 most dangerous Congressional districts for people walking (18 are in California) (Smart Growth America) More diverging diamond interchanges coming to […]

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Want to save the environment? Subsidize e-bikes (Outside) A food delivery robot wants to use the bike lane (Wired) Google maps adds bikeshare (Mashable) San Francisco makes e-scooters permanent (Curbed) While Oakland tries to make them available to everyone (East Bay Express) No reason to wait to make this Berkeley intersection safer (Berkeleyside) 70-year-old sets […]

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SANDAG stays the course against transit opponents (Voice of San Diego) West Hollywood bans riding ebikes on the sidewalk (WEHOville) Waze, Mountain View pilot a discounted carpool service (Patch) Hit-and-runs often go unsolved (Mercury News) Federal Complete Streets bill introduced (Transport Topics) Creative crosswalks are still meeting resistance (NPR) Delays in releasing federal transit funding […]

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Oh joy: After years of testing, BART announces all trains will get bike straps (SF Gate) Five transformative impacts of bicycling (Meeting of the Minds) Anaheim’s bus network is more electric, less paper based (Orange County Register) Developers aren’t always the enemy (Governing) Corporate tax cuts block affordable housing (Sacramento Bee) State and local governments […]

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For transit to work well, L.A. needs bus-only lanes (LA Times) LA Metro will hold public meetings on Sepulveda Transit Corridor project (Daily News, NBC) Concord offers free bus rides for a year (SF Gate) Ten common, wrong, myths about bike lanes (Guardian) Oakland adopts forward-looking bike plan (SF Gate) A tiny town makes its […]

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Some transit agencies are offering riders discounted Lyft, Uber fares (Route Fifty) The next generation of bike advocates (San Francisco Bicycle Coalition) Newsom moves to fire top regulator after questions about increased fracking permits, conflicts of interest (AP News) Boston tries a “people-protected bike lane” protest (Boston Magazine) An epic bike trip creates a bicyclist […]