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8:38 AM PST on November 22, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving, all. Streetsblog California will be back on Monday.

    • Study: Bicycle riders are better drivers (Cycling Magazine)
    • Electric bikes provide all the benefits of good exercise (Science Nordic)
    • Oil industry spent more on California lobbying in first half of 2017 than all of 2016 (Elk Grove News)
      • ....and that lobbying made cap-and-trade a “toothless” regulation that has no effect on emissions (East Bay Express)
    • Meanwhile the latest cap-and-trade auction results show a strong, stable market (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • Cities along San Pablo Avenue corridor in East Bay seek input on development plans (East Bay Times)
    • More on SF's “Rapid Response Team” (NextCity)
    • Uber hid a massive data breach for over a year (SF Gate)
    • Riverside ponders a new transportation sales tax (Press Enterprise)
    • Driverless cars won't save the world, says Richard Florida (CityLab)
    • Silver Spring, Maryland gets a bike-share-powered holiday tree (CityLab)

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