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Today’s Headlines

8:00 AM PDT on May 11, 2021

    • Bicycles saved my life: Rich City Rides' Najari Smith (Christian Science Monitor)
    • Peatónito, Mexico City's pedestrian superhero, is about to graduate from UCLA (Curbed)
    • Mr. Roadshow explains the proposed safety stop law (Mercury News)
    • Marin considers putting pipeline back on bridge - but now there's a bike lane there (Systemic Failure)
    • Securing an equitable, clean transportation future (NRDC)
    • Electrifying transportation would lower GHGs, save money, and create jobs (CalMatters)
    • "I wasn't distracted" - Ohio senator models less-than-ideal Zoom behavior (NY Times)
    • There's federal money for housing homeless people, but few are taking it (Grist)
    • Newsom proposes a big stimulus package (CalMatters)
    • Dark side of carbon credits: Huge profits for a nonprofit (Technology Review)
    • Barriers to achieving US climate goals are more political than technical (Brookings)
    • It really is infrastructure week (The Verge, Washington Post)
    • Is California law on police use of force making any difference? (CalMatters)

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