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    • Revitalizing a historic Black town in the Central Valley (CalMatters)
    • It's the end of the line for old BART cars (BART)
    • Study confirms that access to transportation yields better student outcomes (Diverse Education)
    • CA bill would require all new self-driving vehicles to be electric... by 2030 (Union of Concerned Scientists)
    • Legislature passes another bill to streamline housing (Daily Cal)
    • Will S.B. 9 and S.B. 10 make a difference? (CP&DR)
    • Sacramento light rail debuts first contactless payment system (Smart Cities World)
    • Building back in bicycle friendly ways (Prospect)
    • Is the prospect of cleaner air an incentive for people to use transit? (Traffic Technology Today)
    • Suburban real estate agent arrives at the cusp of understanding connections between housing, VMT (Village News)

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