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    • Bill would address distracted driving (Sacramento Bee)
    • No unmanned vehicles on California roads, yet (Gizmodo)
    • Feds want to loosen fuel efficiency standards for vehicles (BuzzFeed)
    • New report makes the case for just cutting off supply of fossil fuels (Vox)
    • High speed rail gets a hearing, and a drubbing (CBS Local)
    • Feds unhappy with Tesla's release of data about crash, which puts blame on driver (Business Journals)
      • “Unspun and unbiased—These are the facts,” says Tesla
    • How transit oriented development could prevent displacement (CityLab)
    • Without having spoken to him, Sacramento sheriff makes excuses for deputy who hit protestor with car and did not stop (SF Chronicle)
    • Test high-tech cameras to catch carpool-lane cheaters (SF Chronicle)
    • BART podcast: How technicians make sure fare gates and ticket vending machines are working

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