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8:36 AM PST on March 8, 2019

    • Butte County congressman wants to force California to repay high-speed rail funding (Capital Public Radio)
    • Deep dive on proposed reinstatement of bicycle commute tax benefit (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Will e-bikes catch on in L.A.? (Curbed)
    • CalSTA awards $13.1m to rail projects (RT&S)
    • Push to create a regional housing authority for the Bay Area (KQED)
    • Another way climate impacts are unjustly distributed: poor school districts pay to clean up rich commuters' pollution (City Commentary)
    • Study finds corporations often renegotiate tax break incentives after contracts are finalized--to get even more (NextCity)
    • Caltrans seeks high school applicants in District 5 for employee-funded scholarships (BenitoLink)
    • MTC hires Iteris to prepare Bay Area for AVs and "enhance vehicle flow" (Traffic Technology Today)
    • Captain Marvel takes the LA Metro (LAist)

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