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Today’s Headlines

8:19 AM PDT on September 4, 2019

    • Deaths from red light running are at a ten-year high (NPR)
    • Thoughts and prayers: L.A. installs halos where people have been killed in car traffic (LA Times)
    • A video game shows how freeways can damage cities (Greater Greater Washington)
    • NIMBYs sue to stop L.A.'s Transit Oriented Communities projects (LA Times)
    • What urban sprawl really does to car commutes (CityLab)
    • Railyards project could double the size of downtown Sacramento (Curbed)
    • Caltrans invites applications for $34m in sustainable planning grants (Transportation Today)
    • Nevada to collect mileage data on every motorist in a seven-year pilot (Planetizen)
    • "Green jobs" are hard to count (Politico)
    • In U.S. cities, the poor suffer more from heat (NPR)

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