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Today’s Headlines

8:10 AM PDT on May 23, 2018

    • New source makes it easier to connect, compare health data to other urban data (Next City)
    • Some experts say cap-and-trade isn't adding up (Cal Matters)
    • How Villaraigosa convinced voters to tax themselves to pay for transit (LA Times)
    • "Random" unknowables contribute to rising pedestrian deaths in Visalia, say police with a shrug. "Be careful out there." (Sun Gazette)
    • The relentless rise of the entitled motorist (Stuff)
    • The Bay Area's housing crisis, in four charts (Urban Wire)
    • An accounting change could fuel green infrastructure (News Deeply)
    • Portland tries a new thing: crossbikes next to crosswalks (KATU)
    • Atlanta report shows huge influence of transit on real estate prices (Curbed)
    • The amazing psychology of Japanese transit stations (CityLab)

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