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Pedestrian air bags, anyone? Diagram by Matt Cortright, City Observatory
Pedestrian air bags, anyone? Diagram by Matt Cortright, City Observatory
Pedestrian air bags, anyone? Diagram by Matt Cortright, City Observatory
    • Oil companies are pouring money into campaigns of black and Latino Democrats in CA (CalMatters)
    • Assembly passes bill to bring more cap-and-trade funds to disadvantaged communities (Greenlining Institute)
    • Other ideas for protecting Google's cars from pedestrians (City Observatory)
    • In London, a scheme for free bike use (BikeBiz)
    • Silicon Valley's transportation tax will go to voters (Mercury News)
    • Sacramento transportation officials prepare for arena opening in October (GovTech)
    • Key takeaways from “Best Complete Streets Policies” webinar (MikeOnTraffic)
    • Governor's affordable housing plan could wipe away local control (LA Times)
    • Caltrans is still widening lanes for “safety” (Santa Cruz Sentinel)

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