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    • Bill would provide stable revenue for Caltrain (Mercury News, SF Chronicle)
    • This bill would help San Diego's transit agencies (Voice of San Diego)
    • Half Moon Bay pedestrian bridge lasted only a short time because climate change (Half Moon Bay Review)
    • How extending cap-and-trade affects the Inland Empire (The Sun)
    • Audio: CPUC clears Aliso Canyon to resume gas storage, at lower levels, while Governor Brown calls for its closure (KPCC)
    • L.A., Long Beach ports plan for zero emissions (LA Times)
    • Survey: Americans back higher gas taxes (Yahoo Finance)
    • CA Rep Dunham pushing a federal bill that would preempt state rules on trucker safety, work hours (Mercury News)
    • Volkswagen agrees to pay CA another hundred million plus in fraud case (Sacramento Bee)
    • Study: California's economy, especially in the Central Valley, will suffer from climate change (Sacramento Bee)
    • One slide cleared on Highway 1, but more remain (CBS)
    • Study: Active transportation brings huge benefits (Mass Transit)
    • Using satellites to identify heat islands in cities (Scientific American)

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