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    • Here's a quick evolution of the bicycle, in honor of its 200th birthday (
    • Vision Zero is making some progress towards ending pedestrian deaths (Governing)
    • Go Warriors! Going to the parade on Thursday? Transit will be packed; forget driving and parking. As always, biking and walking are king!
    • The challenges of biking while female in Tehran (Guardian)
    • Lawyers try to pin a tragic crash on an innocent bystander—a tree—and on Caltrans (Fresno Bee)
    • Actually, Mr. Perry, renewable energy is not a threat to the grid (LA Times)
    • California greenhouse gas emissions are down, a little (SF Chronicle)
    • A map of U.S. cities that have joined the U.S. Climate Alliance (National Geographic)
    • Lessons from forcing Austin to allow Uber and Lyft back in (Austin Startups)
      • Meanwhile, Uber is imploding, but riders don't seem to care (The Verge)
    • Lots of open space in the East Bay is targeted for sprawl development (Oakland Magazine)

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