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    • Their friend died in a hit-and-run; Can they take on L.A.'s car culture? (New York Times)
    • San Diego Bike Plan: Committee approves a plan to make it happen (Times of San Diego)
    • Time to stop arguing about helmets and start building safe infrastructure (Treehugger)
    • Carpinteria holds a transportation summit, learns about “alternative transportation” efforts (Noozhawk)
    • Livermore transit agency to begin testing a shared autonomous vehicle (small bus) at Dublin BART station (PR Leap)
    • Energy and auto industry leaders form Transportation Electrification Accord (National Law Review)
    • In San Francisco, a little cap-and-trade money will help build affordable housing (San Francisco Chronicle)
    • Estimating potential deaths resulting from Trump environmental agenda (Journal of the American Medical Association)

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