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8:33 AM PST on February 26, 2016

Good morning! California's gas prices will rise over the weekend, and the drought isn't over, so don't stop saving water.

    • Finally, you can take light rail to the beach in Santa Monica (starting in May) (Streetsblog LA) (KPCC)
    • News photographer on trial for covering protest of Willits Bypass (Courthouse News)
    • Three ways to use empty parking spaces to create transportation options (Mobility Lab)
    • How to cut your carbon emissions (CityLab)
    • Taking down a freeway: studying removal of San Francisco's 280 (Hoodline)
    • SANDAG tax proposal is an opportunity to prioritize environmentally friendly transportation (San Diego Free Press)
    • Transportation costs need to be taken into account when building affordable housing (CityLab)
      • Yet another reason we need to invest more in affordable housing: it cuts Medicaid costs (Affordable Housing)
    • Scholarship offered for far Northern California student who wants a career in transportation (KRCR)

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