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8:49 AM PDT on March 31, 2020

    • Scenes from an empty LA metro (LA Times)
    • Public transit cuts hurt the essential workers who most need it (Wired)
    • $4 billion for CA transit--what that means fro Sacramento (Sacramento Business Journal)
    • Trump rolls back fuel economy standards (LA Times)
    • Trump wants to give out money without having to say who gets it: signs relief bill, rejects oversight (SF Chronicle)
    • Tracking data show Californians are (mostly) staying at home (Sacramento Bee)
    • Cities all over the world are more walkable now, and there may be no going back (Reuters)
    • Governor Newsom insists on social pressure to enforce stay-at-home rules (LA Times)
    • Social distancing could be working--but no way to tell for sure, yet (LA Times, Sacramento Bee)
    • San Francisco reconsiders whether construction should continue under shelter-at-home order (SF Chronicle)
    • What the coronavirus outbreak looks like in your metro area (with cautions about the data) (City Commentary)
    • Newsom bans evictions statewide (Sacramento Bee)
    • Talk of a nationwide rent strike as the economy grind to a halt (USA Today)

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