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8:48 AM PST on December 18, 2017

    • California officials know housing near freeways is a health risk—but they fund it anyway (LA Times)
    • CARB approves $398 million for green trucks and buses (Trucks.com)
    • If California is serious about climate change, the car can no longer be king (LA Times)
    • Travis Allen's claims on gas tax: Mostly false (Politifact)
    • Density isn't always greener (CityLab)
    • Federal study developing a “household metabolism tracker” to help people change behavior, consume less energy (Free Beacon)
    • Chula Vista awarded for bicycle friendly efforts (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Here are the changes Metrolink made to the San Bernardino and Inland Empire-Orange County lines (Sun)
    • Park at gateway to bicycle/pedestrian path on Oakland bridge takes a step forward (East Bay Times)
    • CTC makes recommendations on North Coast Railroad Authority (Lost Coast Outpost)
    • California cities readying electric bike-share (Clean Technica)

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