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    • The “hidden” costs of climate change are considerable (National Geographic)
    • Global carbon emissions stayed flat in 2016—with caveats (Grist)
    • Bakersfield residents want a crossing signal for pedestrians (Bakersfield.com)
    • Taxes are sexy, and we need more, not less of them (SF Examiner)
    • So it begins: Highland finds a way to use S.B. 1 funds to free up money for street widening projects (Highland News)
    • Mobility 21 Summit looks for transportation solutions for SoCal (Business Wire)
    • Unions, environmentalists tell CPUC: Go electric, now (CityWatchLA)
    • Radio: Would congestion pricing work for L.A.? (SCPR)
    • An idea from South Africa: Give bad drivers a time out (IOL)
    • Singapore ride-hail company invests in California self-driving car startup (GovTech)

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