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Today’s Headlines

8:43 AM PST on February 28, 2018

    • Pedestrian injuries and deaths keep rising (LA Times)
    • CA housing bill gets some amendments (Medium)
    • Automated vehicles can't save cities (NY Times)
    • Mapping income disparities in cities (CityLab)
    • Vallejo gets a new pedestrian crossing (Times Herald)
    • Davis is about to get bike-share (Davis Enterprise)
    • Sacramento rail-to-trail clears a hurdle (Sacramento Bee)
    • Scooters—a solution to gridlock? asks L.A. Times Op-Ed
    • People think they're good at multitasking, but nobody is good at driving while texting (Science Daily)
    • Oregon is considering expanding bike tax to include kid's bikes (Statesman Journal)
    • More than 100 cities around the world rely mostly on renewable energy (Guardian)

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