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    • A pedestrian dies every 90 minutes in the U.S. - low-income areas are the hardest hit (LA Times)
    • Federal transportation policy is undermining any progress on climate (Transportation for America)
    • The rules of transportation design need to be reframed (Curbed)
    • Partnership forms to help bring high speed rail to L.A. (Global Railway Review)
    • Lucerne to hold workshop to discuss ways to improve walking, biking, and transit along Hwy 20 (Lake County News)
    • Why California is standing firm against Trump on auto emissions (e360)
    • CA approves funding for clean transportation (NGT News)
    • Paris plans to offer subsidies for e-bikes (DW)
    • Consumer group charges infrastructure fees on EVs are "punitive" (Planetizen)
    • Waymo's autonomous taxis provided more than 4,000 trips in the pilot's first month in CA (TechCrunch)

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