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    • Study: CA diesel emissions rules saved lives (CalMatters)
    • More states adopt California’s clean car standards (Bloomberg Law)
    • Vaccines still not reaching poorest areas in SF (SF Chronicle)
    • About Santa Clara's planned express lanes (Palo Alto Online)
    • ATP awards:
      • Completing a gap in bike path from SLO to the beach (San Luis Obispo.com)
      • Karuk tribal community in Happy Camp to see improvements (KIEM-TV)
    • Pasadena seeks public input on its Pedestrian Plan (Pasadena Now)
    • Kern River Bike Path: Council considers allowing e-bikes (Bakersfield.com)
    • Wrong-way driving is becoming more frequent (Post-Gazette)
    • Another HSR contractor blames CAHSRA for potential delays, looking for more money (LA Times)
    • Capitol Corridor adjusted spring schedule goes into effect today: better connections, better distribution of trains

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