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8:23 AM PDT on July 1, 2019

    • As scheduled, gas tax rises almost a whole six cents today, and media freaks out (KTLA, KCAL, Sacramento Bee, Washington Post)
      • After all, we shouldn't have to pay for road maintenance, or something like that (Bakersfield.com)
    • Meanwhile air quality is getting worse, and emissions climb (LA Times)
    • Photos of some really bad (and really nice) bike infrastructure all over the world (Guardian)
    • Where are San Francisco's bike-share bikes? (SF Chronicle)
    • To "deal with the problem," Oakland proposes to close a street where homeless have been living in RVs (SF Chronicle)
    • Google wants to build 20,000 homes. That will be expensive (SF Chronicle)
    • Bids are coming in high for San Rafael bridge (and every other transportation projects) (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Bamboo bikes, made in Ghana, are trendy in Germany (Forbes)

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