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9:13 AM PDT on June 3, 2016

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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