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    • Bay Area's Bike Month broke records for participation (Bike to Work Day)
    • The transformation of San Francisco's Cesar Chavez Street (SF Examiner)
    • San Bernardino gets state funds for zero-emission trucks (NGT News)
    • The Fresno Bee calls the last cap-and-trade auction a “meltdown”
    • But hold on, not so fast: this is what auction results mean (Climate Trust)
    • The cost of U.S. sprawl compared to other places (City Observatory)
    • Living in a poor neighborhood changes everything about your life—and we're missing the point if we don't talk about race (Vox)
    • LA Daily News, writing about the state budget, grabs the chance to rail against HSR
    • Novel way to stop a bike thief (BBC)

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