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    • Will Measure M bring gentrification? (LA Times)
    • San Jose adjusts sidewalk bicycle riding rules: now banned on Lincoln (Mercury News)
    • Toll road will not be built through San Onofre Beach (Surfer Today)
    • Voters willing to tax themselves for transportation (Marketplace) (ITS International)
    • CA High Speed Rail Authority seeks exemption to “buy America” rules (LA Times)
    • Video: Interview with CA State Senator Connie Leyva (YouTube)
    • California now matters more than ever (SF Chronicle)
    • What U.S. transportation policy could look like under Trump (CityLab)
    • How Trump may alter California's environment and energy landscape (Monterey Herald) (KQED)
    • Visualizing gentrification (Planetizen)

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