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    • Berkeley shows how it's done: build housing, fight climate change (East Bay Express)
    • Legislator calls for a plan for cap-and-trade money that's is so far unallocated (LA Times)
    • Assemblymember's resignation means an expensive, low-turnout election in Fresno (Cal Matters)
    • New EPA ozone rules could impact Southern California highway expansion plans (Financial Channel)
    • OMG! DMV's safety regulations on driverless cars will put a stop to innovation! (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Self-driving cars will mean more driving, not less (TreeHugger)
    • Eight things top bike cities have done to promote cycling (Bicycling)
    • Transportation Demand Management: what it is, what it does, and why we should know more about it (Mobility Lab)
    • Ways to raise money for affordable housing (Next City)

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