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Protests shut down roads, bridges; Data comes in on "turbo" roundabout; What we've learned from 8 years of scooters; More

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  • Protests shut down bridges, highways (SF Standard, East Bay Times, KRON, Patch)
  • South Bay's "turbo" roundabout saw more crashes, no fatalities or serious injuries (Mercury News)
  • E-bikes are growing up (Spectrum)
  • Minnesota is giving out e-bike incentives (hello, California?) (CBS)
  • Eight years into the scooter experiment, what have we learned? (Grist)
  • Brightline high-speed rail on East Coast sells its $1.2 billion debt (Bloomberg)
  • Planning for accessibility: proximity is more important than mobility (Planetizen)
  • Climate change is driving demand for predatory loans (Guardian)
  • Thirty beautiful bike rides (Momentum)

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