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Why LA refused to even talk about removing a freeway; BART floats idea of consolidating agencies; Ward-Waller explains why she lost her job at Caltrans; Susan Handy on car dependency; More

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  • The great cash-for-carbon hustle that is cap-and-trade (New Yorker)
  • California's greenhouse gas emissions are going the wrong way (Sacramento Bee)
  • Jeanie Ward-Waller speaks out about why she lost her job at Caltrans (SF Chronicle)
  • ArroyoFest was a chance to ride a bike on the freeway (LAist)
  • Interview with Susan Handy on car dependency (SacTown Magazine)
  • Why LA refused to even study removing a freeway (LA Times)
  • BART floats idea of consolidating transit agencies (SF Chronicle)
  • Sonoma County seeks public input on active transportation needs (Press Democrat)
  • Street experiments can help our broken planning process (Next City)
  • Why cities are cracking down on free parking (CNN)
  • Voting rights groups are alarmed by "misinformation" in Shasta County election process (Sacramento Bee)
  • City of San Pablo planning to build a massive "cop campus" despite controversies (SF Chronicle)

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