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Today’s Headlines

8:37 AM PDT on April 8, 2020

    • Climate change is just as real as COVID-19, and it's time to treat it with urgency (LA Times)
    • Governor Newsom says staying home is working (Mercury News)
    • L.A. releases first racial breakdown of COVID, and there's a higher death rate among black people (LA Times)
    • Report: collisions cut in half (Transportation Today)
    • Coronavirus reveals transit's true mission (CityLab)
    • Act like you already have the coronavirus (LA Times)
    • City transportation changes during pandemic (National League of Cities)
    • Wearing a homemade mask is not so simple for people of color (CNN)
    • Free VMT monitoring for planners (Traffic Technology Today)
    • Applying contagion models to urban congestion (Inverse)
    • Jetliner boneyard in the desert: Where to store airplanes that are not being used (Daily Mail)
    • U.S. Census considers privacy protections that could mean inaccurate data (Fast Company)

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