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Caltrans, we need complete streets everywhere, including at freeway interchanges (or maybe especially there); Public agencies and academics join forces to develop AV standards; Republicans really want to suspend the gas tax; More

  • Hey, Caltrans, we need complete streets everywhere, including at freeway interchanges (CalBike)
  • Public agencies join academics to develop national AV standards (Mass Transit)
  • CA Republicans try again to suspend the gas tax, calling for "consumer relief" (Sacramento Bee)
  • Santa Barbara's ban on Exxon oil trucks remains in place after court decision (Spectrum)
  • California has rival future plans for saving the threatened Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta (CalMatters)
  • Newsom, lawmakers ask Supreme Court to remove ballot measure that would make it extremely difficult to raise state taxes (SF Chronicle)

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