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8:49 AM PST on January 28, 2022

    • Feds release new road safety strategy (CityLab)
    • ....which for the first time acknowledges role of design (T4America)
    • Interview with Buttigieg about traffic deaths (Slate)
    • Speed limits should be 20 mph everywhere (Vice)
    • Can American cars be made safe for pedestrians? (Governing)
    • Five US cities where bike commuting is booming (Bloomberg)
    • LA Metro slashes service due to driver shortages (LA Times)
    • Santa Clara Valley transit agency installs solar grid to power its electric buses (PV Magazine)
    • How and why VMT needs to go down (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Mr. Roadshow urges readers to pressure CTC into widening I-5 (Mercury News)
    • Specialized Bikes is changing the way people buy their products (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Where will new housing go in San Francisco? (SF Examiner)

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