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    • Caltrans releases Complete Streets policy (North Coast Current)
    • US reverses Trump effort to end CA vehicle emission rules (Reuters)
    • Santa Barbara makes the list of bicycle-friendly cities (Independent)
    • NHTSA opens formal investigation into Tesla letting drivers play video games (LA Times)
    • CA transit agencies look forward to receiving federal money (KEYT)
    • Bay Area transit agencies are good at making memes (SF Chronicle)
    • Stanislaus, Modesto transit agencies merge (Modesto Bee)
    • Manchin tries to protect his coal money (EcoWatch)
    • Redistricting is finished, candidates are ready (LA Times, SF Chronicle)

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