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    • Why California needs to decriminalize jaywalking (Bloomberg)
    • Trying to cross the street should not be a crime (LA Times)
    • Dangerous intersection to see "safety upgrade" - a fence to keep pedestrians away from speeders (ABC7)
    • The case for funding bike infrastructure (Vox)
    • Sonora bus hub to get state money (My MotherLode)
    • With new evidence of harm from air pollution, WHO changes international guidelines (Guardian)
    • Lawsuit seeks to block bill that would allow denser housing (SF Chronicle)
    • Major school bus driver shortage (The Hill)
    • How LiDAR could help make roads safer (Mass Transit)
    • Most people never could work from home, and they kept the country going (NY Times)
    • The importance of coffee shops for some workers (Metropolitics)
    • How the Census will change California's Congressional districts (PPIC)

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