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    • Bay Bridge demolition: first section of truss is lowered to barge (Contra Costa Times)
    • High speed rail is back in court (Oakland Tribune)
    • Gee whiz, maybe a SMART train station in downtown Novato could make sense (Marin Independent Journal)
    • L.A. Metro will start charging for parking at its stations (Curbed LA)
    • New plan to underground Ocean View light rail in San Francisco (SF Examiner)
    • Millions living near highways are affected by ultra-fine particle pollution (San Diego Free Press)
    • California's November ballot is going to be humongous (Capitol Weekly)
    • Coastal Commission under fire (LA Times)
    • Locally, America is doing just fine, thank you: James Fallows explores American cities (The Atlantic)
    • USDOT Smart Cities challenge draws 77 applications (Fast Lane)

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