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8:57 AM PDT on March 23, 2020

    • Revised federal relief bill includes $20 billion for public transit and $58 billion in cheap loans for airlines (Eno Center for Transportation)
    • Fund, build bikeways to help people travel safely during pandemic (Forbes)
    • What happens when people stop flying? (Eno Center for Transportation)
    • Social distancing: Black Americans are like, "What's new?" (Brookings)
    • Californians stay home (LA Times, River Bender)
    • But lots of people are out and about: Garcetti scolds L.A. (LA Times)
    • Will shelter-in-place work? (SF Chronicle)
    • Don't push the button: Australia rolls out automated pedestrian signals to avoid "beg buttons" (AU News)
    • Housing construction is considered "essential" and work continues, for now (Sacramento Bee)
    • LA Times editorial board supports a people mover serving planned Inglewood stadium

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