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    • Could a rewards system get more people to ride transit? (KQED)
    • High speed rail authority chooses routes to S.F. Bay Area (ABC7)
    • CA lets Waymo test autonomous taxis (Transport Topics)
      • Don't count on regulators to make self-driving cars safe for pedestrians (Slate)
    • California's climate policies are making a difference, especially fuel standards (The Hill)
      • Yet, despite growth in electric cars, emissions are rising (CALmatters)
      • Smog is getting worse and that's bad (LA Times)
    • Profile of new CalSTA head, a graduate of Davis High School (Davis Enterprise)
    • CTC allocates SHOPP money for state highway projects: pavement, signals, more (SCV News)
      • In Kern County, that means money for drainage repairs on I-5 (
      • and traffic management systems in Fontana (Herald News)
      • Placer county gets grant to plan traffic, parking management and trails (Sierra Sun)
      • Riverside to study adding toll lanes to highways (Press Enterprise)
    • Freeway under/overpasses for animals are crucial for their survival (Press-Enterprise)

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