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8:15 AM PDT on August 17, 2016

    • The “mystery” behind gas prices in California—Hint: it's not just what we pay for cleaner air (SF Chronicle)
    • Oil industry lobbyist authored Assemblymember's demand for audit of climate change program (LA Times)
    • Meanwhile there are real-life repercussions now for delay in cap-and-trade funding decisions (LA Times)
    • Long Beach is one of six cities to join “tactical urbanism” workshop (Arch Paper)
    • California State Transportation Agency awards $390M to public transit projects across state (CalSTA)
    • San Mateo finds local funding to study HOV lanes (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • On the limits of ride-hail as transit (Human Transit)
    • We are under attack from climate change—and need to mobilize to fight back (New Republic)
    • Report: California's messed up land use is blocking ability to meet climate change goals (Bay Area Council)
    • Developers need to get involved in local planning for infill (Ethan Elkind)
    • Why affordable housing is so expensive: interactive tool explains all (Housing Finance)

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