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    • U.S. pedestrian deaths have reached a 40-year high (PBS)
    • USDOT issues a call to action on safety: the National Roadway Safety Strategy
    • California transit agencies need more state support, particularly for operations (Capitol Weekly)
    • An ode to L.A.'s Red Line, a revolution for that city (The Source)
    • California cities enter uncharted terrain as they miss deadline on housing elements (Cal Matters)
    • Cap-and-trade rebates to consumers on utility bills will come this month, instead of April (when they are least needed) (SF Chronicle, Sacramento Bee)

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