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    • SB1 funds going to road widenings in Riverside County (Press Enterprise)
    • Palo Alto plans to raise traffic-impact fees paid by developers (Palo Alto Online)
    • Officials want to study an additional lane on the Richmond San Rafael Bridge for cars, not bikes (KQED)
    • Proposition to adjust Prop 13 may be on November ballot (Sacramento Bee)
    • Proposed housing bill could change our cities (Wired)
    • More travelers are eschewing rental cars, going multimodal (Washington Post)
    • Oakland fights coal shipments, but nearby Richmond ships it all the time (East Bay Express)
    • CA officials say they will block transportation of oil from any new offshore drilling (Reuters)

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