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Today’s Headlines

8:12 AM PDT on March 13, 2019

    • A cyclist gets hit, and asks whether riding in the road is worth the risk (Outside)
    • Senator Wiener makes sweeping changes to transit-housing bill (Curbed)
    • Does this app map crime, or paranoia? (CityLab)
    • Why lawsuits against cities for unsafe conditions aren't making much of a difference (Planetizen)
    • National bill would provide funds to measure accessibility to jobs, not just car commutes (SSTI)
    • London is crowdsourcing street safety (Smart Cities World)
    • Closing central Madrid boosted retail spending there by 9.5% (Forbes)
    • A history of Berkeley's racist zoning laws (Berkeleyside)
    • Venture capital thinks new mobility is worth billions (Forbes)
    • Local Motors releases first crash test footage of self-driving bus (The Verge)

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