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Today’s Headlines: High-speed rail, downtown malls, data on bike collisions

9:19 AM PDT on April 28, 2015

    • CA legislative panel denies request for audit on high-speed rail land acquisition practices (Sacramento Business Journal)
    • Santa Clarita Valley residents rally against high-speed rail (Santa Clarita Valley Signal)
    • Stockton's downtown pedestrian mall, like Fresno's, also needs help (Recordnet)
    • CHP data on bike crashes: counties with highest per capita rates of bike collisions are coastal, not densely populated (Cal Coast News)
    • History lesson: The L.A. bike highway that never happened (Gizmodo)
    • Senator Beall touts his transportation funding bill (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Musings on how autonomous vehicles might change city space and public transit (Pacific Standard)

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