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9:09 AM PDT on August 16, 2016

    • Improve the Orange Line, don't change it to rail (LA Times)
    • Merchants refuse to believe data that says their customers walk, bike, and take transit (SF Examiner)
    • It happens. You know those cops on bikes at the RNC? Now they're hooked (Next City)
    • Today's cap-and-trade auction is making people nervous (LA Times)  (and here)
    • Mexico to launch cap-and-trade pilot program (Reuters)
    • Obama's weekly address takes on climate change (YouTube)
    • US DOT congestion management strategies are stuck in the 1950s (The Hill)
    • Uber and Lyft work with cities to replace public buses (Skift)
    • Four recent Streetfilms from Copenhagen (Streetfilms)

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