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  • Sacramento Launches On-Demand Microtransit Service (Bee)
  • L.A. Councilmembers Want To Sue Oil Companies For Climate Change Costs (LAT)
  • CA High-Speed Rail Costs Revised Upward (KPCC)
  • CA Cap-and-Trade Program May Be Too Successful (LAT)
  • Berkeley Considers Law Removing Barrier to Stop Sign Additions (Daily Planet)
  • Cities Struggle to Measure Ride-Hailing’s Effect on Traffic (Atlantic)
  • Bike Share Not Meeting Revenue Goals in West Hollywood (WeHoVille)
  • Pasadena's I-710 Is One of Country's Least Liked Highways (Pasadena Now)

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