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8:39 AM PST on December 10, 2020

    • It's not your imagination: Drivers are increasingly reckless and increasingly distracted (Planetizen)
    • Is intersection design preventing people from walking and biking? (Streetsblog Denver)
    • Rail projects in San Diego-Los Angeles corridor get some funding (The Coast News)
    • SMART board to host "listening session" on bike and pedestrian pathway (Bay Area Metro)
    • Fully driverless vehicles are cruising around San Francisco (The Verge)
    • Update on improved public spaces in Santa Monica (
    • Caltrans District 7 (LA-Ventura) gets a new director (MyNewsLA)
    • Bay Area Air District offering grants to reduce diesel pollution (Daily Republic)
    • Facebook pledges money for affordable housing (KQED)
    • Toxic tap water is part of California's racist legacy (Sacramento Bee)
    • Playgrounds can stay open (LA Times)

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