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Today’s Headlines

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  • CA is making progress in reducing pedestrian deaths (Capitol Weekly)
  • Alameda County funds fourteen new protected bike lanes (Bike East Bay)
  • Concord BART station to get a new pedestrian walkway into downtown (Fox)
  • Metrolink reopens San Bernardino, Rialto stations (Sun)
  • Audit: DMV isn’t doing enough to end rampant abuse of  disabled placards (LA Times, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento Bee)
  • At Lafayette town hall, constituents push Senator Glazer to vote for transportation bill—he didn’t (Lamorinda Weekly)
  • AAA is planning for a future where few own cars (Fast Company)
  • And some are betting on transit (TechCrunch)
  • Animation shows the collapse of the middle class in U.S. cities (Visual Capitalist)
  • That supercomputer in our pockets can help with road redesign (GovTech)

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  • SF might sue state to get Uber, Lyft data on traffic congestion (Examiner)
  • In contrast with California republicans, Republican governor of Idaho objects to using general fund for transportation (Planetizen)
  • Which soft-hit posts are the best soft-hit posts? (Examiner)
  • Sacramento issues disproportionately more jaywalking tickets to black people (Sacramento Bee)
  • Drones, battery electric cars creating jobs in SoCal (SGV Tribune)
  • Study: Air pollution is as bad for your health as the death of your partner (Guardian)
  • Costs soar under Huntington Park’s new bus service provider (LA Times)
  • Op-ed: We still need to build market-rate housing, and lots of it (Art Plus Marketing)
  • The rise of the “Smart City” (Wall Street Journal)
  • It’s time to talk about that VMT fee (The Californian)

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