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7:53 AM PST on November 3, 2020

    • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Pedestrian Safety Month missed the mark (America Walks)
    • Automobile dependence enables police violence against Black people (Sierra Club)
    • Why are gargantuan vehicles like the 2021 Cadillac Escalade legal? (The Verge)
    • North Lake Tahoe releases sustainable transportation plan (Roseville Today)
    • Palmdale approves transit hub area plan (AV Press)
    • Affordable housing development breaks ground in Coachella (Desert Sun)
    • Crenshaw Crossing in Baldwin Hills could double its affordable units (Urbanize Los Angeles)
    • Stockton, and California, are building resilience from the ground up (GreenBiz)
    • Mexico amends its constitution to include the "right to mobility" for all (The City Fix)
    • Brightline - Las Vegas HSSR - postponed because they can't get anyone to buy the financing bonds (Trains)

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