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8:31 AM PDT on August 16, 2018

    • Turns out, people really like scooters (Mobility Lab)
    • Bird's plan to pay for bike lanes: good or just good PR? (Fast Company)
    • When bike-share fails, they should leave the bikes behind (The Stranger)
    • Pomona hopes to get $10m for bike, pedestrian improvements (Daily Bulletin)
    • Why drivers should support bike lanes (Strong Towns)
    • Q: What decreases pollution? A: Environmental regulations (Daily Californian)
    • Study: The bad condition of California roads is costing drivers a lot of money (NBC)
    • NBC investigation finds “hundreds” of bridges in need of repair--which Caltrans has been saying for a while (NBC)
    • BART station parking lots could be used for housing (SF Chronicle)
    • Climate gentrification is a thing (Federal Reserve Bank)
    • California plans to kill the diesel bus (Energy Wire)
    • State of Washington has a carbon tax on the ballot (The Atlantic)

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