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8:52 AM PDT on June 23, 2016

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    • California's cap-and-trade program is working (LA Times)
    • Last-minute bill would let HSR money go towards electrification of Caltrain, as originally planned (Sacramento Bee)
    • Latest work on HSR: The Fresno trench (High Speed Rail Authority)
    • Would LA's sales tax measure ease traffic? (KPCC)
    • San Francisco lost the “Smart City” grant (SF Examiner)
    • UC Berkeley study finds spending on public health has very high return on investment (Daily Californian)
    • Study: Too many Californians are driving while on the phone (Action News Now)
    • See Jane Go: Female-only ride-share service to launch in Orange County (LAist)
    • Tonight: BART board gets update on bike plan progress (BART)
    • After Uber and Lyft left Austin, no biggie (CityLab)

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