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    • Coast Rail Coordinating Council will work to improve train service between L.A., San Francisco (Santa Maria Times)
    • UPS to expand use of delivery Seattle (Electrek)
    • Caltrans closes Sacramento's Tower Bridge for maintenance work (Sacramento Bee)
    • Using market credits to lower greenhouse gas emissions from fuels (Biodiesel Magazine)
    • CARB approves funding for clean transportation investments from cap-and-trade (Green Car Congress)
    • Inland Empire awarded millions from gas tax for roads, bridges, rail, and trails (Press Enterprise)
    • Report: Gas tax is working (YubaNet)
    • Report: Prop 6 would cost LA County a lot of money (Patch)
    • Prop 6 ads are getting ugly (WMBF)
    • LA Times editorial board: Pro-Prop 6 campaign is misleading
    • BART gets zoning power, but may keep building parking lots (Systemic Failure)
    • Driverless cars won't help congestion, but autonomous transit could (WRALTechWire)

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