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9:03 AM PST on December 20, 2018

    • Transportation funding should incentivize sustainable transportation, not pretend to be a “fair share” user fee system (Mobility Lab)
    • Nine states and D.C. to create cap-and-trade program for transportation emissions (Scientific American, Gizmodo)
    • The Washington campaign to undermine CA's authority over autonomous vehicles (LA Times)
    • Golden Gate Bridge tolls could climb to near $10 by 2023 (SF Chronicle)
    • Caltrans assesses climate risk for the San Joaquin Valley (Bakersfield.com)
    • More about CPUC oversight shift on electrification of transportation (Green Tech Media)
    • Youth discount on BART fares proves popular (BART)
    • Devin Nunes' war on the Fresno Bee and the news (GQ)
    • Evidence of rent gouging by greedy landlords after fires (LAist)

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