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8:18 AM PDT on June 22, 2017

    • Here's a quick quiz: Can you identify these cities just by a map of their bike infrastructure? (Guardian)
    • Seriously, Long Beach, just promote Bike Index, don't build a new bike registry app (Long Beach Post)
    • Sacramento businesses agree to tax themselves to fund a streetcar (Sacramento Bee)
    • Thinking about public transit ridership: No such thing as a “captive” rider (Greater Greater Washington)
    • Update on CA cap-and-trade (Guardian)
    • Buy Clean California act could increase US, recycled steel production (Think Progress)
    • ARB has been fining companies for not complying with emission rules (Next-Gen Transportation)
    • Watch out for big-oil-backed carbon tax proposals (Huffington Post)
    • Exploitation of labor is a dirty secret of the freight industry (USA Today)

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