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Riding a bike can be an exhausting struggle for survival AND SHOULDN'T BE; You think it's hot now? Just wait; More

8:51 AM PDT on August 1, 2023

RIP Paul Reubens, aka Pee Wee Herman

  • Tonight is National Night Out - briefly turning some streets into gathering places (The Urbanist)
  • Riding a bike is an exhausting struggle for survival (Streets.mn)
  • You think it's hot now? Just wait (Curbed)
  • Man-made surfaces contribute to heat (Reuters)
  • A climate warning from the cradle of civilization (NY Times)
  • National Audubon Society: Infrastructure for renewable energy is absolutely crucial - and kills far fewer birds than fossil fuel use (LA Times)
  • Why don't more people in the U.S. ride public transit? (Mass Transit)
  • BART board voted to oppose bill to decriminalize fare evasion, but there was a heated debate (Mass Transit)
  • Consumer and safety advocates urge feds to establish safety standards for e-bike batteries (AP)
  • San Francisco isn't "doomed," folks (SF Chronicle)
  • Talk about surveillance! New cars track your every move, and more (Sacramento Bee)
  • Report: Aerial people mover to San Diego airport would reduce traffic by 20 percent (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • How the Mobility Wallet is working for some LA residents (The Source)

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