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Today’s Headlines

8:19 AM PDT on August 29, 2017

    • The life cycle of a Burning Man bike (KQED)
    • Plans for a bicycle track along Pasadena's Union Street are moving ahead (Pasadena Now)
    • San Diego's Bike the Bay hosts 3,400 bikes of all stripes (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • New green bike lanes go in near Sacramento State University (KCRA)
    • NY Times is gaga over dockless bike-share
    • Instead of barriers for safety, trees: they fulfill many other needs as well (Dezeen)
    • Bay Area transit connections are really dumb (Sacramento Bee)
    • More on newly opened SMART train (GovTech)
    • Disagreements about proposed Bay Area bridge toll hike and what money should be used for (Mercury News)
    • There was already a war against pedestrians in town where victims were charged for not wearing reflective clothing (Systemic Failure)
    • Hurricane Harvey should not have come as a surprise—we've been talking about climate change for a long time (Politico)
    • Trump DOT nixes “hire local” policy (Next City)

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