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Today’s Headlines

8:38 AM PDT on March 25, 2021

    • Canoga Park gets a big Active Transportation Program award (KFI)
    • Pandemic led to declines in carbon emissions, but that's over now (KQED)
    • US DOT begins undoing Trump-era restrictions on its work (Transport Topics)
    • Equity in transportation matters (Roll Call)
    • Roads are getting deadlier for pedestrians, especially for people of color (NPR)
    • Tourist cities want restrictions on AirBnB (CNN)
    • Public transit is adapting to the future (GovTech)
    • Maybe small local businesses will thrive? (Tech Crunch)
    • Frito-Lay replaces diesel trucks at Modesto facility with electric, CNG (Transport Topics, Frito-Lay)
    • The long fight against race-based housing discrimination (Grist)
    • Marin County is next to launch a basic guaranteed income program (SF Chronicle)
    • Elon Musk (and other billionaires) named as profiteers from pandemic (SF Chronicle)

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