It’s 7 a.m., 59° and partly cloudy. It will be partly cloudy today. More details here.

Starting in January, City CarShare members will get an even greener option than a shared car: 25 City CarShare stations in San Francisco and Berkeley will get electric bicycles. Via the SF Examiner

Reserving an electric bike would be anywhere from 40 to 70 percent cheaper than a vehicle, added City CarShare CEO Rick Hutchinson.

Incorporating an electric bike fleet has been delayed for a couple of years due to roadblocks to grant funding and reaching an agreement with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. The program would cost about $2 million over three years, so the local transit agency’s role in administering a $740,000 grant from the Federal Highway Administration is critical, Hutchinson said.

While we’re on the topic of bike sharing, the Bay Area Bike Sharing program will be available on Aug. 29. Mission Local’s Marta Franco reported on the bikes in June. Read all about it here.

Do you have children who dream of making movies? There’s a summer camp for them. The SF Chronicle has a nice feature on a filmmakers camp for teens.