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CA Attorney General establishes Bureau of Environmental Justice (SF Chronicle) Bill to allow drivers to choose their license photo–for a fee–could help pay for driver education in schools (Sacramento Bee) Autonomous vehicles begin testing on San Diego area Marine Corps base (Marines) Completely driverless cars may soon be approved for testing in California (SF Examiner) […]

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Sonoma County plans a bike trail connecting Petaluma and Sebastopol—way off in the future (Bohemian) Santa Barbara commuter train service will begin on April 2 (Independent) Can L.A. improve its track record on transit oriented development? (Brookings) Uber launches Express POOL service (Wired) …which could serve SF airport (SF Examiner) Sacramento is trying not to […]

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Those disappearing transit riders are being gentrified out of their neighborhoods (LA Times) Bill to lower fines for turning right on red without stopping introduced, again (Sacramento Bee) Maybe apps are not really transforming urban transportation (Human Transit) Out-of-towners complain about road diet: “the hidden savaging of life” (East Bay Times) but the Twitter response […]

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Where does all that bike-share data go? (CityLab) Montclair bans use of phones and ear buds while walking in crosswalks (Daily Bulletin) Do crosswalk buttons work? (ABC7) Widening freeways is so last century–even the LA Times says so Oh, wait, maybe if one of the lanes is reserved for electric vehicles? (Daily News) Trump infrastructure […]

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A definitive list of the stupidest things people have said about bicyclists (Cycling Tips) Dockless bike share launches in San Diego (KPBS) Plan to widen 710 freeway gets pushback (SCPR) Long Beach City Council takes aim at bike chop shops (Long Beach Post) Napa County sales tax will help build bike lanes, paths (Napa Valley […]

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CA’s per capita emissions are dropping, population is growing (NGT News) California is fast-tracking transportation projects; is that enough to prevent a gas tax repeal? (LA Times) Senator Newman introduces bill to expand eligibility for discount student transit passes (OC Breeze) German company plans to launch long-distance bus service in California (Handelsblatt) Stanford researcher says […]