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8:36 AM PDT on June 18, 2018

    • It's hard to do the right thing when politics are so dirty (CalMatters)
    • Will the bike become an urban must-have? (BBC)
    • Grand jury calls for better school bus programs to fight congestion (School Transportation News)
    • A transportation boarding school in South L.A.? (LA Times)
    • Scooter firms promise San Francisco they will behave (SF Chronicle)
    • Gas tax repeal would kill HOV, bike, and light rail projects (Breitbart)
    • The fuel tax is becoming rapidly outdated (The OCR)
    • More upcoming meetings between Feds and California on fuel efficiency rules (KFGO)
    • Report: Many coastal areas likely to be flooded by 2045 (SF Chronicle)
    • In London, a plan to cut vehicle speeds to boost bike safety (Mayor Watch)
    • A federal bill would fund infrastructure in distressed communities: Would it be forced on them? (The Hill)

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