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9:00 AM PST on November 17, 2017

    • Today is World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
    • Study maps the most dangerous intersections for pedestrians in San Diego (Estey Bomberger Trial Attorneys)
    • The link between cars and income inequality (Urban Edge)
    • Black communities are 75% more likely to live near toxic facilities (CityLab)
    • California agencies are readying microtransit services (Business Wire)
    • Court rules SANDAG's transportation plan failed to follow law on climate policy goals (Center for Biological Diversity)
    • SoCal Edison's plan to “electrify everything” could help climate, and profits (DesertSun)
    • Opinion: Jerry Brown is no action hero (Sacramento Bee)
    • Police close investigation of sexual misconduct by Asm. Mathis, targeted for his aye vote on cap-and-trade (Fresno Bee)

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