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    • Listen: Tamika Butler talks to The Bicycle Story
    • CiclaValley bikes Berkeley (CiclaValley)
    • Merced County, sued over long range plan, will improve its greenhouse gas reductions (Biological Diversity)
    • East Bay Times stirs “fears” of BRT in Oakland
    • Pedestrian deaths shockingly common in Coachella Valley (Desert Sun)
    • Building walls to keep pedestrians contained doesn't make you safer (Systemic Failure)
    • Feds create sound standard for electric cars to give pedestrians a chance to jump out of the way (Fast Lane)
    • Grade separation could create Menlo Park bike boulevard along Caltrain (Mercury News)
    • The problem with abandoning the Paris Agreement (The Atlantic)
    • Here's one way to increase available housing: tax empty units (Guardian)

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