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8:41 AM PST on February 21, 2019

    • A focus on speed leads state DOTs to overspend and overbuild (Smart Growth America)
    • CEO of CA high-speed rail says the project is moving ahead (Curbed)
    • Negotiations on fuel economy standards break down (LA Times)
    • Sonoma County to develop two more segments of the California Coastal Trail (Press Democrat)
    • Progress on the Bay Trail (The Almanac)
    • Yay, skateboards (The Conversation)
    • CA legislators consider replacing sales tax with carbon tax (CA Public Radio)
    • Transit app wants to simplify transportation with information (The Verge)
    • How will driverless cars, ride-share, more options change the way we move? (BBC)
    • Silicon Valley Leadership Group CEO Carl Guardino reappointed to California Transportation Commission
    • Caltrans is hiring, a lot (CBS)

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