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    • High speed rail to focus on route to San Jose first, not L.A. (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Valley farmers and others oppose initiative to use HSR money for water projects (Fresno Bee)
    • High speed rail faces challenges (Monterey Herald)
    • What a merger of the Bay Area's two regional agencies could mean (KQED)
    • The Bay Area's coming freeway revolution (Planetizen)
    • Modesto area struggles to decide which road projects to finish or abandon (Modesto Bee)
    • Interview with Vince Bertoni, L.A.'s new head of City Planning (The Planning Report)
    • Volunteer to help CA figure out how to replace the gas tax (Fox and Hounds)
    • Can startups convince Americans to carpool? (Bloomberg)
    • Smartphones don't kill pedestrians, cars do (Gizmodo)

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