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    • Pedestrian injuries are on the rise (Mercury News)
    • Beautiful bike parking in the Netherlands (Treehugger)
    • Few of the "best bike cities" in the U.S. are in California--Santa Monica sneaks in at #14 (Gear Junkie)
    • Parking! Traffic! Manteca worries about future ACE train service (Manteca/Ripon Bulletin)
    • Pothole vigilantes fix a problem cities can't seem to get to (My Stateline)
    • The best thing a city can do for itself: plant more trees (Fast Company)
    • Sacramento rolls out more than 250 electric car-shares (Government Technology)
    • As air pollution worsens, Trump administration weakens air quality rules (Salon)
      • and threatens to raise tariffs again on Chinese goods--like bikes (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Working in a parking spot: the idea is spreading (Curbed)
    • Defining gentrification (Slate)
    • Singapore tries rooftop gardens--on buses (Yahoo News)

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