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    • It's time to decriminalize jaywalking (CalMatters)
    • After slow-walking pedestrian access repairs for a bridge, city claims a new deadline will prevent real fixes (Santa Monica Daily Press)
    • When planners do the old switcheroo from "it's too early to say" to "it's too late to do anything" (City Observatory)
    • Some pandemic experiments become long-term solutions for SF transit (SF Examiner)
    • But SF Mayor vetoes fare-free Muni (SF Chronicle)
    • LAX to get a transit station (US News)
    • LA County extends its eviction moratorium for a few months (LA Times)
    • California still negotiating over whether to extend statewide eviction moratorium (CalMatters)
      • And is hatching a plan to cover unpaid rent debt (NY Times)
    • Assembly committee passes bill to help increase housing near transit (Courthouse News)
    • U.S., including the Bay Area, is growing more segregated (SF Chronicle)

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