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8:47 AM PST on January 12, 2021

    • Paint doesn't do anything: Stop lines at stop signs do not encourage stopping (Route Fifty)
    • Study: Salt Lake City light rail reduced vehicle traffic even as population grew (SLC Tribune)
    • Fenced off from their grazing land, wild burros worry Riverside officials: How will they safely cross the streets? (Daily Bulletin)
    • Climate experts work out a way to get rolling on Biden's emissions goals (CityLab)
    • Failed auction of Arctic oil leases has lessons for climate activists (Heated)
    • Get ready for mass vaccinations (SF Chronicle, LA Times)
    • CA Assembly calls for Trump's resignation (resolution passes 51-6; most Republicans declined to vote) (Sacramento Bee)
    • High speed rail contractor blasts delays (LA Times)
    • Rents are lower, but more scams against tenants (SF Chronicle)
    • Armed "protests" [terrorist attacks] planned at capitals around the nation, warns FBI (LA Times, San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Seeing traffic as a system leads to trying to solve it with big fancy tech (Government Technology)

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