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9:13 AM PDT on August 18, 2015

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Amsterdam, 1965. From The Bike Share Boom, CityLab. Image: Kevin Kovaleski/DDOT DC
    • Novato plans a "Gateway" bus station—with less capacity than the existing one (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Cyclists call for safety campaign on Mount Diablo (Contra Costa Times)
    • Sacramento's light rail system is fighting perception—by people who don't ride it—that it is dirty, unsafe  (Sacramento Bee)
    • The history of bike-share in a cute infographic (see image at right) (CityLab)
    • Sacramento Bee's take on transportation funding talks (Sacramento Bee)
    • Traffic deaths are rising dramatically (AP)
    • Wrong: "A downtown can't prosper if its people can't park their cars." (Sacramento Bee)
    • Podcast: how oil producers are reacting to changes in low carbon fuel standards (Platts)
    • Learn the lingo: a glossary of capitol insider terms (Sacramento Bee)
    • Thailand's celebration sets a bike parade world record (Bangkok Post)

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