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    • San Diego, El Monte Union, and Stockton school districts awarded $ for pilot projects to promote zero-emission transportation (KUSI)
    • Senator Wiener's housing-transit bill is back (LA Times, CurbedSF)
      • What would it mean for LA? (CurbedLA)
      • For Long Beach? (LongBeachize)
      • Chair of committee that blocked S.B. 50 last year is not happy he wasn't consulted on amendments (SF Chronicle)
    • EPA, CA working to clear backlog of paperwork on clean air reports (
    • Rep. DeSaulnier introduces a bill in Congress to bar federal government from buying from automakers who opposed CA waiver (SF Chronicle)
    • Uber revamps its app in CA to skirt A.B.5 (Washington Post)
    • San Francisco neighborhood fights housing project (SF Chronicle)
    • The disproportionate effects of air pollution (Route Fifty)
    • California's early primary will be confusing (Capitol Weekly)
    • In London, 87 million trips were made on bike share since 2010 (Intelligent Transport)

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