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    • Study: Self-driving cars fail to stop in emergencies (The Hill)
    • How to prevent deadly car-bike crashes (Route Fifty)
    • California insists on keeping vehicle efficiency standards (Governing)
    • Automakers are not prepared to sell electric cars. Plus, they resist doing it (Medium)
    • Montebello considers bus fare increase (Whittier Daily News)
    • Fed's retaliatory tariffs against China to include 25% tariff on e-bikes (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Berkeley backs off plan to remove all trees planted in its traffic circles (Berkeleyside)
    • Cap-and-trade grants awarded for fire prevention (Courthouse News)
    • Large settlement in Aliso Canyon leak will go to methane-reducing projects elsewhere in state (LA Times)
    • Local residents don't want a heavily used path repaired. No, wait, they do. No, wait (Berkeleyside)
    • It's not an Uber cap, it's a course correction (Streetsblog New York)

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