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9:03 AM PDT on August 26, 2016

    • California passes climate change bills (NRDC)
    • Will cap and trade die in California? (Ethan Elkind)
    • San Francisco to break ground on its first protected intersection (SFMTA)
    • Bay Bridge bike path connection to Yerba Buena Island won't be ready until October (CBS Local)
    • Bit 'o history: A bike protest in San Francisco circa 1972 (SF Chronicle)
    • More driving, more dying in 2016 (City Commentary)
    • Sharp rise in 2016 traffic fatalities should renew calls for safer streets (TSTC)
    • A cracked bike helmet didn't save your life (Systemic Failure)
    • Portland's bike-share success is a lesson in how to do it right (BikePortland)
    • A primer on politics in Sacramento (Sacramento Bee)

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