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    • It's World Bicycle Day, and Portugal and Germany are feeling it
    • The lost opportunities of very wide streets (CityLab)
    • Oakland is the future (Wired)
    • Lyft's new ebike-share has everyone excited (Wired)
    • Amazon forces its drivers to walk into heavy traffic (Vice)
    • Everyone traded away their principles for bipartisanship in the Senate Transportation bill (Transportation for America)
    • Biden nominates helmet mandate supporter to chair National Traffic Safety Board (Systemic Failure)
    • AC Transit plans major network changes, but is slow to return to pre-pandemic service levels (Berkeleyside)
    • San Diego's parks are not accessible to everyone (San Diego Reader)
    • Bay Area Air Quality Management District delays vote on requiring anti-pollution technology (SF Chronicle)
    • California reparations task force begins work (Sacramento Bee)

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