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Today’s Headlines

8:09 AM PST on November 10, 2020

    • Public input sought on proposed safety improvements for Highway 49 (The Union)
    • Community-led designs for Slow Streets in Oakland (Smart Growth America)
    • CA is looking for volunteers to help test a road use charge (CA Road Charge)
    • MoveLA interviews Metro's chief of staff about the state of transit
    • Golden Gate Bridge district (bus, ferries, tolls) is about to run out of money (SF Chronicle)
    • Crenshaw: Keeping Black wealth in the Black community (NY Times)
    • COVID eviction moratoriums don't protect homeowners in foreclosure (Oaklandside)
    • Biden pledges to improve transit (Build Back Better)
    • CA's ban on gas cars could go nationwide, but it doesn't go far enough (Curbed)
    • Biden-Harris plan aims to make the U.S. like California (CalMatters)
    • Ten actions on climate for first days of the new administration (Climate President)
    • California has work to do (California Budget Center)
    • Germany to experiment with universal basic income (NY Times)

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