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Today’s Headlines

8:22 AM PDT on May 19, 2021

    • The death and rebirth of bike highways (Cheddar News)
    • Kids work to earn bikes in West Oakland program (Local News Matters)
    • Berkeley struggles to figure out how to make a dangerous intersection safer (Berkeleyside)
    • BART's newest elevator attendant knows wheelchairs (BART)
    • Emeryville seniors celebrate approval of a crosswalk - after three years of advocacy (E'villeEye)
    • How to design an effective low-speed zone (The City Fix)
    • How parking destroys cities (The Atlantic)
    • Council rules Redlands Mall exempt from height and density standards (Redlands Daily Facts)
    • Judge orders city of Clovis to zone for affordable housing (Capital and Main)
    • Caltrans issues "notice to vacate" to homeless camp in National City (CBS8)
    • Truck driver shortage causes problems getting California lettuce to market (HortiDaily)
    • LAO pokes holes in Newsom's definition of "budget surplus" (CalMatters)

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