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    • Trump's rollback of clean car rules will cost money and increase emissions (Forbes)
    • Celebrating a tiny bike shop in Orange County (Orange County Register)
    • San Luis Obispo loses two bike shops in a single week (Tribune)
    • Uber wants to take over all your transportation choices (NY Times)
    • L.A. is getting serious about getting rid of parking minimums (LA Times)
    • A Business Improvement District is trying to skirt city government to make its own homeless-free plaza in Oakland (KQED)
    • Video: Caltrans celebrates project to widen Highway 5 (YouTube)
    • L.A.'s new City Forest Officer will plant thousands of trees (Smart Cities Dive)
    • City of Ontario gets funding for active transportation improvements near schools (Inland Empire.US)
    • One more disaster for journalism and public information: Governing magazine to close down
    • PPIC poll: Californians want policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions
    • How the scrap-and-replace program gets gas guzzling, polluting cars off the road (CBS)
    • Climate change is making the housing crisis worse (Scientific American)

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