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    • Ventura pedestrian overpass to close for upgrades (Ventura County Star)
    • Napa transit to buy electric buses (Napa Valley Register)
    • Judge rules state's proposed language on tax repeal measure is misleading (LA Times)
    • Climate change science has plenty of uncertainties--the biggest being how much pollution humans will continue to produce (NY Times)
    • PPIC survey: Millenials support action on climate change
    • Editorial: Sacramento must demand results from cap-and-trade funding (SF Chronicle)
    • Electric bus travels 1,100 miles on a single charge (Inverse)
    • Why smart cities are often bike friendly cities (Gov Tech)
    • An update on high-speed rail in California (SF Curbed)
    • The future of passenger rail in Kern County (Mass Transit)
    • Amtrak's California Zephyr still carrying passengers, for now (Aspen Public Radio)
    • Opinion: The costs of high-speed rail are dwarfed by the costs of not building it (LA Times)
    • Opinion: California's top two primary led to more political cooperation (The Hill)
    • The future of autonomous vehicles may not be what you imagine (Gov Tech)

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