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    • CTC awards $690 million for transportation projects (Equipment World)
    • San Juan Capistrano agrees to the “inevitable” widening of its highway (OC Register)
    • Salinas to institute free transit on weekends (The Californian)
    • City, state addressing housing crisis in light of "super commuters" (Daily Cal)
    • Study: White Bay Area communities set themselves lower goals for low-income housing (LA Times)
    • Training self-driving cars (The Atlantic)
    • Tiny Singapore now has a fourth bike-share company (Straits Times)
    • Hit by a truck, where there are no sidewalks—and charged for obstructing roadway, not wearing bright clothing (KATC)

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