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8:32 AM PDT on July 26, 2018

    • Electric scooters and bikes “have promise” as transportation options (Morning Consult)
      • E-scooter use is growing at “unprecedented” pace (Curbed)
      • And . . . cities respond: by banning them--Beverly Hills is the latest (LA Times)
    • Jump bikes can't keep up with demand in Sacramento (Sacramento Bee)
    • Here's an app that awards miles for every mode—if you let it follow you everywhere (The Verge)
    • San Diego passes an “aggressive” bike pedestrian plan without timeline or funding (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Manteca pursues Active Transportation Program grants (Manteca Bulletin)
    • La Mesa begins construction on pedestrian/bike safety projects (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • PPIC poll: Californians' top concern is the environment
    • What a smart tax on ride-hail would entail (CityLab)
    • Believe it or not, Americans spend less time traveling now than they did in the '90s (SSTI)

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