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    • Is Uber just straight out killing Jump bikes? (Bike Share Museum)
    • Santa Barbara closes State Street to car traffic for roomier walking (Edhat)
    • Fullerton closes bike route to bikes to allow cafes to open (Fullerton Observer)
    • Legislators eye budget talks as an opportunity to reassert authority (KQED)
    • Stop claiming Los Angeles has no transit--it's not true, for one thing (Lisa Schweitzer)
    • History of San Francisco on its telephone poles (SF Chronicle)
    • Santa Monica's pedestrian mall's success (Curbed)

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