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    • Nationwide, voters are being asked to approve an 'unprecedented' $2 billion in transportation sales taxes (East Bay Times)
    • Governor signs cap-and-trade expenditure bills (Capitol Public Radio)
    • Where cap-and-trade investments are making a difference (Next City)
    • BART bond won't address structural deficit (Systemic Failure)
    • Feds release conservation/solar development plan for CA desert (Bureau of Land Management)
    • Metro says forty percent of Expo line riders switched from solo driving (SCPR)
    • Charging toll is among remedies suggested for S.F.'s crookedest street (NBC)
    • San Diego gets federal grant for Mid-Coast Trolley (Fast Lane)
    • Podcast: True tales from Metro bus drivers (OffPeak)
    • Business groups, local government ask CA legislators to agree on transportation funding (LA Times)

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