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8:33 AM PST on March 2, 2020

    • Pedestrian deaths in U.S. at highest level in 30 years (CBS)
    • San Diego intersections to get minimal adjustments--not "big changes"--to boost pedestrian safety (Union Tribune)
    • Here's how to make intersections safer (Curbed)
    • Report pinpoints most dangers places to ride a bike in Santa Clara County (San Jose Inside)
    • Santa Cruz Metro Board director: If free-transit bills pass, "you can kiss Metro goodbye" (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • L.A. Metro to offer free fares on Election Day (CBS)
    • Local agencies launch Inland Southern California Climate Collaborative (Record Gazette)
    • If sales tax passes tomorrow, SMART could extend to Healdsburg by 2024 (Press Democrat)
    • CalMatters pens an editorial on California failing to reduce transportation emissions--but fails to call for limits on driving
    • "Clean diesel" engines replace old locomotives on the short San Joaquin Valley Railroad (Alan Kandel)
    • FedEx to add 42 charging stations in California (Transport Topics)
    • Uber forms coalition to fight cities gaining access to the data it collects (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Counties complain about state sites offered for homeless shelters (housing?): they're too close to other people (Times Herald); they're too far, they're just not right (The Union)
    • Too many development impact fees! (LA Times)

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