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8:17 AM PDT on August 14, 2018

    • Lime extends equity program to its entire nationwide vehicle fleet  (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Busy Berkeley street to get flashing pedestrian signal—one day, soon. People are already complaining because “confusion” (Berkeleyside)
    • Bike Champions: An inexpensive way for companies to encourage more bike commuting (Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition)
    • Surprise! Scientists find that drivers just plain old aren't looking for bikes (CityLab)
    • How Fresno won $70 million to clean up its air (Next City)
    • Gas tax opponents claim it's not necessary, an argument based on solidly wishful thinking (CalMatters)
    • Where the gas tax goes (CalMatters)
    • San Diego Trolley cuts crime by sending security to ride train, issue tickets for fare evasion (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • SF's new transbay transit center is not your average bus stop (CityLab)
    • We were warned: a still-relevant 1973 essay on how cars change the very fabric of our lives (Uneven Earth)
    • Electric buses good, but don't neglect expansion, improvement of transit (Energy at Haas)

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