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8:12 AM PST on December 10, 2019

    • We must do more to minimize impediments to walking (Bakersfield)
    • Fresno city councilmembers are still fighting to allow sprawl development (Stop and Move)
    • NTSB makes bike safety recommendations - including helmet use (Metro)
    • I know! I know! Let's design headphones that warn pedestrians when they're about to get run over! (Science Daily)
    • It's the comment period for draft SCAG Regional Transportation Plan (Patch)
    • CA has several housing crises (CityLab)
    • Cities are set to miss 2020 emissions goals (Quartz)
    • Great, they gave a Hollywood Walk of Fame star to a Chevy Suburban (Car and Driver)
    • Scary: LA cops have a new device to immobilize people (LA Times)
    • Bike lanes are not just a white thing (Shelterforce)

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