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8:48 AM PST on November 25, 2019

    • Imagine fewer cars: CoMotion LA conference (Government Technology)
    • Caltrans describes plans to widen I-80 between Davis, Sacramento (Davis Enterprise)
    • Nevada wants California to help it expand a highway (Reno Gazette Journal)
    • Freight trains are supposed to give passenger trains priority; when they don't, Amtrak can't sue (Transport Topics)
    • LA County explores congestion pricing pilots (Government Technology)
    • Campaign for zero traffic deaths faces political obstacles (CityLab)
    • Honolulu's "distracted walking" law has done nothing for pedestrian safety (Ka Leo)
    • Cities need to innovate to reduce emissions, improve transportation (The Conversation)
    • Study: racism in ride-hail (CityLab)
    • Switch to renewable energy, and there's no need to study carbon capture (Nation of Change)
    • CA cities push back against greedy landlords (LA Times)
    • Zillow sees more homes becoming available as boomers downsize, die (Zillow)

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