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8:49 AM PDT on May 26, 2016

    • New bike pedestrian bridge links light rail, Sacramento City College (Sacramento Bee)
    • Profile of retiring UC Davis bike planner David Tekemoto-Weerts (UC Davis)
    • San Diego bus drivers strike (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Recap: Young black man arrested for riding his bike in Merced (TeenVogue)
    • Community-led plans for Berkeley corridor take shape (Berkeleyside)
    • Job growth continues in city centers, suburbs rebounding from recession (City Observatory)
    • Health benefits of bicycling outweigh health risks (Somerset Live)
    • ExxonMobile shareholders fail in bid to force company to respond to climate change (Nonprofit Quarterly)
    • The next U.S. president could change urban opportunities (Next City)

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