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8:11 AM PDT on July 11, 2017

    • Opinion: California needs to connect the desert towns to the rest of the state (Sacramento Bee)
    • LA Metro's Expo line reaches 2030 ridership goal (Curbed)
    • Sacramento County wants to widen, slow, develop near a local highway; Amador County wants nothing to change (Sacramento Bee)
    • Oh great: To prevent homeless from taking over bus stops, Anaheim removes benches around Disneyland (OC Register)
    • The case for rail on the Dumbarton Bridge (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • CSU Long Beach will train construction workers needed now that there will be new tax money for transportation projects (Press Telegram)
    • State bill would change SANDAG structure (KPBS)
    • Study: Only 100 companies are responsible for 70% of global emissions (Guardian)
    • Climate change will be much worse than we think (New York Magazine)

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