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    • Climate change bills clear hurdle with deal on energy plans (LA Times)
    • Vague proposal for transportation funding may include cap-and-trade money, vehicle fees, may require voter approval (KQED)
    • More rumors of the mix that may produce a compromise in the CA legislature around transportation (Contra Costa Times)
    • Republicans aren't fans of Brown's plan (Bloomberg)
    • California is about to do something great that no other state has done (Mother Jones)
    • Santa Ana Moves Forward with Terrible Road Widening Plan (OC Register)
    • Advertising war on climate change legislation heats up (LA Times)
    • Caltrain modernization to get a boost (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • SMART track completed in Marin (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Bike League publishes new report on the equity of access to bicycle infrastructure (League of American Bicyclists)
    • Assemblymember demands Caltrans open a lane on Richmond-San Rafael Bridge to car traffic (CBS)
    • Lowering fuel use in CA can reduce gas prices and volatility while growing economy (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • San Diego transit oriented development strategy doesn't go far enough (Voice of San Diego)
    • Bicyclists offer recommendations for best bike rides in San Joaquin County (Record-Net)
    • Honolulu has a solution to congestion: protected bike lanes (Planetizen)

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