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SAN DIEGO (AP) — A California appeals court has ruled that a San Diego agency failed to fully consider greenhouse gases in its regional plan for building highways and public transportation.

The 4th District Court of Appeal said Monday that the San Diego Regional Association of Governments failed to ensure its plans comply with state laws that address global warming. The 2-1 decision upholds a San Diego judge's ruling.

In 2011, the San Diego agency adopted a 40-year plan that calls for 130 miles of new highway lanes, 156 miles of trolley service and nearly $4 billion in bicycle and pedestrian projects.

The plan's critics say the ruling sends a signal to other regions that they will need to scrutinize their plans closely to make sure they adhere to state laws.

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