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    • Amsterdam expands its bike subscription service (Bloomberg)
    • Questions raised about IIHS risk assessment of protected bikeways (Forbes)
    • There have been many studies of Uber and Lyft, and all have found negative impacts: traffic, crash rates, transit ridership (Curbed)
    • Uber drivers need data about their own trips (CityLab)
    • A new Urban Mobility Report, still wrong (City Observatory)
    • Nine-county Bay Area region may have a transportation sales tax on 2020 ballot (Patch)
    • Sacramento adopts rent control ordinance (NextCity)

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