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    • AV "disengagement reports" in CA offer a little bit of information (Spectrum News, Forbes)
    • BART is struggling (KQED)
    • Mapping every intersection in SF shows safety gaps (SF Chronicle)
    • Figuring out a road charge for California (Capitol Weekly)
    • CA Senate moves ahead with bill to require industry to report GHG emissions (JD Supra)
    • Supreme Court to weigh whether EPA can regulate GHG emissions (Yale Climate Connections)
    • San Diego passes package of housing incentives (San Diego Union-Tribune)
    • Former Stockton mayor Michael Tubbs founds nonprofit to end poverty (CalMatters)
    • Video: Pittsburgh applies complete streets concepts to improve safety (You Tube)

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