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    • Train service to Santa Barbara restored after mudslides; highway still closed (LA Times)
    • Federal tax cuts could be an opportunity to shift benefits towards transit (Mobility Lab)
    • SoCal sees a drop in bicyclist deaths—but what's the cause? (LA Curbed)
    • Bakersfield plans to replace bridge over highway. Will it accommodate bikes and pedestrians? (
    • MTC searches for ways to get people to carpool (Mass Transit Mag)
    • Research: Guidance for zero traffic deaths (World Resources Institute)
    • How cities are using transit technology—and not (Curbed)
    • Regulators order Diablo Canyon to shut down (Mercury News)
    • Tenant activists, landlords clash over rent control bill in Sacramento (SF Chronicle)
    • Program helps teachers in San Jose with house down payments (Mercury News)
    • Startup plans to launch fully autonomous delivery vehicles in San Mateo (

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