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9:01 AM PST on November 16, 2017

    • New street configuration in Berkeley to help bikes, cars, and buses get along (Berkeleyside)
    • Ukiah gets a grant to build a pedestrian bridge (Ukiah Daily Journal)
    • New ownership could bring actual rail service to Redlands Santa Fe depot (Redlands Daily Facts)
    • Latinx lawmakers are changing the climate change conversation (Sacramento Bee)
    • Report: Cap-and-trade is not reducing emissions (IndyBay, Climate Wire)
      • and it is harming communities (Color Lines)
      • But LAO report complains of costs of green building mandate, calls cap-and-trade “more efficient” (Sacramento Bee)
    • A deeper dive into ruling that So Cal AQMD broke law by giving in to oil industry lobbyists (Daily Breeze)
    • Universities get their grades on bicycle friendly status:
    • Nicest person on the planet gets his stolen bike back, hugs thief, raises money so others can replace their stolen bikes (Bicycling)
    • California's housing policy is holding back its climate policy (Bloomberg)

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