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8:39 AM PDT on July 24, 2018

    • Here's a way to ensure bike riders can safety pass cars blocking the bike lane (TreeHugger)
    • Goleta releases draft Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (Noozhawk)
    • A lot more scooter companies applied for SF permits than expected (Curbed)
    • Equity makes bike-share work (NextCity)
    • Bird announces low-income program for its scooters (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Electric buses are far cleaner than diesel or natural gas, even without fully renewable sources (Union of Concerned Scientists)
    • Trump plans to try again to end California's authority to regulate vehicle emissions (The Recorder, Bloomberg, SF Chronicle)
    • Mapping the effects of Prop 13 (Strong Towns)
    • Green jobs revolution needs to include all of us (The Nation)
    • Republicans launch a climate initiative to get “consensus” and keep focus on economy (EE News)
    • Podcast: Republican views on climate change (GreenTechMedia)

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