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Topic - Jim Wunderman
"California shouldn't be the only state in the union not to have a presence with key foreign trading partners like China," said Jim Wunderman, president of the group.
"This is a victory for sensible transportation solutions, for easing traffic and reducing carbon emissions and for growing our economy," said Jim Wunderman, Bay Area Council president in a statement released Wednesday. "Commuter shuttles provide an important transportation option for thousands of San Francisco workers, taking cars off of already congested roads and highways and avoiding harmful carbon emissions."