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    • Tesla's autopilot is a danger to bicyclists (Treehugger)
    • The OC Register says Orange County is the “Mecca” of electric bikes
    • Women and bikes (Bike Citizens)
    • LED bike lights are fashion-forward safety devices (NY Times)
    • Republicans target freshman state Senator for voting to raise money to fix the roads they've been complaining need fixing (LA Times)
    • Governor Brown takes on international climate change diplomacy in face of Trump withdrawal from Paris accord (Sacramento Bee)
    • Time to forget cap-and-trade and just require pollution reduction (San Francisco Chronicle)
    • Why CA should extend cap-and-trade (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • Governor “moving heaven and earth” to extend cap-and-trade (Capital Public Radio)
    • Uber subsidized riders to a crazy extent (BuzzFeed)
    • Forget Vehicle Miles Traveled; it's time to start planning for “zero-occupant miles” (Mobility Lab)
    • CA moves toward more renewable energy use (KQED)

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