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    • Wow! Caltrans will fight climate change by using "low-carbon cement" for highways that enable carbon-spewing vehicle travel (Edhat)
    • Oakland to end its "slow streets" program (Oaklandside)
    • Rules of the road for a bike dependent city (probably include "don't end slow streets programs") (Arch Daily)
    • San Diego transit deploys private security to monitor passengers on trolleys, buses (Times of San Diego)
    • Bill would provide free transit to public school children (Mercury News headline writer cares only about the cost)
    • The shortage of transit workers is really something (CalMatters)
    • LA Metro wants state money for transit projects (SGV Tribune)
    • Nevada-CA high-speed rail could break ground next year (Forbes)

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