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8:13 AM PDT on July 18, 2019

    • Want to save the environment? Subsidize e-bikes (Outside)
    • A food delivery robot wants to use the bike lane (Wired)
    • Google maps adds bikeshare (Mashable)
    • San Francisco makes e-scooters permanent (Curbed)
    • While Oakland tries to make them available to everyone (East Bay Express)
    • No reason to wait to make this Berkeley intersection safer (Berkeleyside)
    • 70-year-old sets out to walk every Glendale street (LA Times)
    • Drivers don't have to press a button to cross the street; why do pedestrians? (Streetsblog Denver)
    • Tesla pushes ahead on making its cars autonomous, despite lack of regulation (Washington Post)
    • BART is building housing at its stations (SF Chronicle)
    • Learning from states that are testing better ways to spend transportation money (State Smart Transportation Institute)
    • California, largest consumer of electricity in the west, long ago ended the "war on coal" (CALmatters)

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