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8:16 AM PST on January 12, 2017

    • Advice for Oakland's new DOT (Next City)
    • Uber's new website showing its traffic data “falls short of a commitment to transparency” (Washington Post)
    • New state senator wants solar mandate (Courthouse News)
    • Remember this: Oil companies push for a “well-designed” cap-and-trade program—but no other controls (Yahoo)
    • New state rules make it easier to build in-law units in L.A. (Curbed)
    • Game builders seek advice from transit planner Jarret Walker (Waypoint)
    • Transportation Secretary appointee wants to use private financing for public infrastructure (Washington Post)
    • Appointees to federal Transportation and Infrastructure Committee include California Reps Mark DeSaulnier (East County Today)  and Alan Lowenthal (Orange County Breeze)
    • The reason your city has no money (Strong Towns)

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