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Today’s Headlines

8:43 AM PDT on March 28, 2019

    • Central Coast Active Transportation Plan seeks public input (KSBY)
    • It's not your imagination: Pedestrian deaths are at a 30-year high (NPR)
    • Millenials drive just as much as their elders (CityLab)
    • A Michael Pollan lens on transportation consumption (GreenBiz)
    • Where CA cap-and-trade money went (Grist)
    • Study links air pollution to psychotic episodes in teens (Thomson Reuters Foundation)
    • The false narrative that homelessness is a choice (Urban Institute)
    • Machines make mistakes--how can we trust AI to drive? (Newsweek)
    • In police violence, cities and their suburbs are inseparable (CityLab)
    • Make America Grate Again: Artist builds a wall of cheese at the border (LA Times)

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