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    • Reinventing the wheel? Long Beach to consider new bike registration system (hint: Bike Index, folks!) (Press Telegraph)
    • Cycling may be the cure for workplace stress (Total Women Cycling)
    • The myth that separated bike lanes cause pollution is total bunk; here's why (Guardian)
    • Yet one more way automated cars pose a danger to bikes: Tesla doors have a mind of their own (Systemic Failure)
    • Cap-and-trade:
      • Quick recap of recent cap-and-trade moves (LA Weekly)
      • Supreme Court case: ARB responds to appeal on cap-and-trade (Law360)
      • Wieckowski's bill (NCEL)
      • CA Republicans argue in favor of extending cap-and-trade, because the alternative will take control away from industry (Mercury News)
      • California's climate change fight is also about public health (Time)
    • Electric buses, built in California, can bring jobs, business to the state (LA Times)
    • Google to build a transit-focused campus that could transform San Jose (Mercury News)

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