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    • What dockless bike-share can teach us about cities (Sierra Club)
    • How California cities are addressing dockless e-scooters (Wehoville)
    • Jump bike-share takes hold in Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Palm Springs to get a road diet, bike lanes (Desert Sun)
    • Napa County reports decline in bike thefts (Napa Valley Register)
    • Daily bike riding reduces obesity (Road.cc)
    • LeBron James could cycle all the way to his new job---but vehicles block the bike lanes (KPCC)
    • Stop it already with the hating on bicyclists (Press Democrat)
    • SF: Uber and Lyft are hoarding data (Mission Local)
    • Ride-hailing could improve transportation instead of undercutting it (Washington Top News)
    • Billions of dollars at stake in gas tax fight (Press Democrat)
    • Gas tax repeal is a front for national GOP get-out-the-vote effort (Politico)

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