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8:37 AM PDT on September 26, 2022

    • Transit is in serious trouble (Eno Center for Transportation)
    • The Bay Area transit map is an unholy mess (SF Chronicle)
    • SANDAG leaders say they won't use a "road charge" to pay for transportation plan (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Grant allows LA Community College students to ride transit for free (LA Times)
    • Chilling video of a child almost run over in a crosswalk is all over media, but few note the inadequate police response (Autoblog)
    • Chico to get a couple of crosswalk improvements (Enterprise-Record)
    • San Jose police are using pedestrian decoys to catch, cite dangerous drivers (ABC7)
    • Drivers are killing San Diego pedestrians; Newscasters offer "safety tips for pedestrians" (Fox 5)
    • More on new California parking law as a win for climate and housing (LA Times, Bloomberg)
    • Research: Carbon offsets for Northern California forests are based on lies (Lost Coast Output)
    • Do tiny homes for homeless people help? (Mercury News)

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