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    • CARB is developing "clean miles" standards for ridehail companies (Green Car Congress)
    • Finally: a proposal for rail through the Sepulveda Pass (LA Times)
    • Solvang postpones Mission Drive bike lane project (Santa Maria Times)
    • No one really knows how driverless cars will change cities (Governing)
    • Inside the transportation data tug of war (Move Forward)
    • PG&E and the high costs of climate risk (NY Times)
    • L.A. approves $120 million to encourage faster, cheaper homeless housing (LA Times)
    • Seattle is talking about congestion pricing, too (Crosscut)
    • Winter is no reason to stop riding a bike (CityLab)

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