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Today’s Headlines

8:40 AM PST on November 29, 2018

    • Catastrophic and cascading health risks from climate change are already here (NY Times)
    • 710 freeway extension is officially dead (Pasadena Now)
    • US DOT releases $281 million for transit projects (Mass Transit)
      • That's $100 million for LA's Purple Line, and $80 million for San Diego Mid-Coast Light Rail (KSBY)
      • Is the federal mass transit program in the red? (Eno Transportation Weekly)
    • Meet the artist installing much-needed benches at LA bus stops (LA Times)
    • This atlas maps and ranks transit in U.S. cities (CityLab)
    • What happens when your bike is stolen (Greater Greater Washington)
    • Cities prepare for catastrophic amounts of rain (Yale Climate Connections)
    • Bird to let entrepreneurs manage their own e-scooter fleets (SmartCitiesDive)
    • Boulder on the highway! (Modesto Bee)
    • The need to make money from underused parking lots (Route Fifty)

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