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    • Study raises serious questions about whether cap-and-trade offsets reduce greenhouse gases (Technology Review)
    • CA could require zero emission shuttles at some airports (Capital Public Radio)
    • Ride-hail companies are pinning their hopes for profitability on firing drivers (Smart Cities Dive)
    • We miss streetcars' reliability, not streetcars (Mobility Lab)
    • Increased turbulence is another result of climate change, and flight attendants are sick of it (Vox)
    • City of Ripon plans to use as gas tax funds to pave road (Manteca Bulletin)
    • Homes near public transit are in demand (Mortgage Professional America)
    • Illinois could require public employees to live in-state (Route Fifty)

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