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Today’s Headlines

8:47 AM PST on December 8, 2021

    • Car crash fatalities surged during the pandemic (LA Times)
    • GM self-driving taxi company claims its double parking is legal (Reuters)
    • Alameda looks to address dangerous intersection where Supervisor was killed (ABC7)
    • Transit as event: BART unwittingly hosts formal yet guerrilla Art Basel pop-up (SF Gate)
    • Highway 46 is being widened through the center of Lost Hills for "safety" (KGET)
    • Biden Administration sides with labor, threatening CA transit funding (Railway Age)
    • Important steps to take for cleaner air (CalMatters)
    • L.A. approves redistricting maps (LA Times)
    • State redistricting process is messy - for reasons (CalMatters)

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