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8:55 AM PDT on June 14, 2018

    • Cities, scooters, and the value of the curb (Curbed)
    • New group will study interactions among different transportation modes (StateScoop)
    • Regulatory reset needed for ride-hail, self-driving cars (Commonwealth)
    • Santa Monica to scooter companies: Stay, but follow the rules (LA Times)
    • Scooters are working where Segway didn't (Bloomberg)
    • CPUC approves utilities' plan to build electric vehicle charging stations (Treehugger)
      • Over 2,000 EV charging stations coming to Bay Area (Patch)
      • Electrify America to spend $44 million on EVs in Sacramento area (Sacramento Bee)
    • CARB releases proposal for Innovative Clean Transit program; seeks comments (Green Car Congress)
    • Using the Happiness Index to plan cities (Governing)

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