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    • Massive oil spill on Orange County coast (LA Times, AP, Washington Post, LA Times, OC Register)
    • Why did it take so long to respond? (LA Times)
    • Meanwhile oil industry conducts a massive, expensive PR campaign to sink regulation, climate action, anything that might prevent oil spills (NY Times)
    • Breaking mega projects into smaller segments (hello, CAHSR!) saves money (Eno Transportation)
    • RR tracks in San Clemente reopen after temporary repairs along coastline (LA Times)
    • San Diego "Coaster" train to increase service (Patch)
    • Some recent initiatives to make biking safer in California (SF Examiner)
    • Salinas encourages walking in newly pedestrian-friendly downtown (Monterey Herald)
    • While in Hollywood a sidewalk is fenced off to keep homeless residents - and everyone else - away (LA Taco)
    • How cities globally are rethinking transit (NY Times)

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