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Today’s Headlines

8:32 AM PDT on September 22, 2020

    • How to build equity into transportation projects from the get-go (Railway Age)
    • How local governments can get feedback from a more diverse range of residents (Route Fifty)
    • Redlands City Council begins to see that widening roads is not a great investment (Redlands Community News)
    • E-bikes are popular, but policy - and infrastructure - isn't keeping pace (UC Davis)
    • We're all in this together, California (SF Chronicle)
    • Organization to sue CA over allowing oil and gas drilling permits (LA Times)
    • DOJ is at war with "anarchist" U.S. cities (Route Fifty, NBC)
    • Cities open clean-air shelters for homeless residents (Reuters)
    • Students are really struggling (LA Times)
    • College newspapers are COVID journalism heroes (Washington Post)

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