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    • How's that air quality? Climate change looms (IPCC)
    • Federal DOT proposes a rule to measure on-road emission (Smart Cities Dive)
    • The 710 stub and California's transit future (Pasadena Star-News)
    • Long Beach begins dismantling the Gerald Desmond Bridge (gCaptain, Spectrum News)
    • State transit grants:
      • Petaluma gets $13 million for a new train station (Mercury News)
      • $33.5 million to Monterey Transit (KPBS)
      • $38 million for e-busses, transit center in Humboldt (Times Standard)
    • Not that many have taken advantage of new housing density laws (SF Chronicle)
    • California cities are banning new gas stations (LA Times)
    • Truckers play dumb as deadline to comply with AB5 looms (Bloomberg)
    • Fresno bus drivers threaten strike (Fresno Bee)

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