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Today’s Headlines

8:48 AM PST on February 13, 2023

    • How the Crosswalk Collective is trying to make streets safer (LAist)
    • San Diego can end its over-reliance on cars (San Diego Union-Tribune)
    • Slow Streets are returning to Oakland (Oaklandside)
    • Express bus to downtown SF is back (SF Examiner, SF Standard)
    • Inglewood Rail projects gets $407 million in state funding (LA Business Journal)
      • Hidden deep in its planning documents: 44 businesses to be relocated at a cost of $34M (2UrbanGirls)
    • SMART gets funding to expand to wine country (SF Gate)
    • Federal grants come to Central Coast transit (Edhat)
    • Not getting a federal grant this round won't slow down California's High Speed Rail program (Mass Transit)
    • The Ohio derailment is a wake-up call (The Guardian)
    • PG&E captures natural gas from cow poop (ABC7)
    • Evictions are rising (Mercury News)

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