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    • San Diego weighs VMT tax (Planetizen)
    • Transit workers and riders are heroes (Patch)
    • Invest in transit workers and equity (Transit Center)
    • BART halts work by engineering firm while it investigates a conflict of interest (LA Times)
    • Government regulation of autonomous vehicles is hamstrung (Vox)
    • Disneyland's Monorail changed transportation (SF Gate)
    • No. There's nothing "clean" about nuclear power (San Luis Obispo)
    • Bay Area suburbs balk against new state housing laws (Mercury News)
    • Court: Including affordable units can exempt developments from local zoning rules (AP)
    • Counterprotestors on bicycles block anti-vax truck convoy in Vancouver (Momentum Mag)

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