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    • Gas tax repeal qualifies for November ballot; backers promise to spend millions to get it passed (LA Times)
    • Sacramento is waiting for its streetcar money (Sacramento Bee)
    • Redlands Passenger Rail project expects to deploy a first-of-its-kind battery-operated locomotive (Whittier Daily News)
    • SF Bay Area to get a fuel-cell-powered ferry (SF Chronicle)
    • Port of Stockton will deploy a mobile electric power station (The Record)
    • It's time for L.A. to put up or shut up about housing near transit (LA Times)
    • People of color are leading on climate, and CA lawmakers are lagging behind (Latino Rebels)
    • San Mateo, Facebook partner on improvements to Dumbarton transportation corridor (Construction Dive)
    • Silicon Valley bus drivers may lost their sleeping quarters (SF Chronicle)
    • MTC, ABAG want to hear your transformative transportation idea (PR Newswire)

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