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    • SANDAG board members don't want that road user charge in regional plan (Fox)
    • CA, Nevada governors announce a "temporary" expansion of I-15 (KTNV)
    • San Francisco made parklets permanent, but "too many rules" (SF Chronicle)
    • Public pressure puts a stop to planned highway expansion in San Jose (Patch)
    • LA Metro releases ideas for transit through Sepulveda Pass (LA Sentinel)
    • New San Diego trolley line won't suddenly clear highway congestion - but it will help move more people (Mass Transit)
    • Elon Musk's dangerous ambition to build self-driving cars (NY Times)
    • Carbon taxes can fight inequality and climate change (ArsTechnica)

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