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    • Sacramento bridge, used by cyclists and pedestrians, to close for maintenance over winter (Sacramento Bee)
    • Mineta Institute in San Jose chosen to oversee $2 million in transportation research funds for Cal State Universities (Daily Republic)
    • CA's climate goals may require large increases in carbon prices (Business Insider)
    • Jerry Brown's mixed bag on the environment (Capitol Weekly)
    • This is what needs to happen: LAX parking shuttles going electric (
    • Businesses stocking up on cap-and-trade credits may mean fewer emission reductions in the future (Capital Public Radio)
    • In some U.S. cities, people are starting to go car-free (Governing)
    • Shanghai subway will use voice recognition systems for fare payments (South China Morning Post)
    • Here's a map of where Elon Musk wants to tunnel under LA—for cars, not transit (Curbed)

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