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    • Northern California's growing, varied rail network (Railway Age)
    • Some states consider ending right turns on red to address rising pedestrian deaths (Pew)
    • People are worried about self-driving cars (SmartCitiesDive)
    • L.A.'s curb space is valuable (Spectrum)
    • Washington follows California's lead, launches cap-and-trade (Bloomberg)
    • Salvaging and recycling building materials keeps that stuff out of landfills (Next City)
    • The convoluted arguments about homeless encampments (Vox)
    • Some California cities are booming (LA Times)

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