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Today’s Headlines

8:34 AM PST on March 3, 2023

    • Bike East Bay tracks all the money coming to East Bay cities for bike and ped projects (Bike East Bay)
    • The freakout over the 15-minute city is about... something else (Bloomberg)
    • The people who died in traffic violence last year in Oakland (Oaklandside)
    • Oops! Contractor mistakenly painted all the curbs red in a neighborhood with narrow, steep streets (Berkeleyside)
    • Highways gutted communities. Maybe they can be reconnected (KQED)
    • State budget cuts threaten Silicon Valley transit (San Jose Spotlight)
    • Could an express bus revive downtown San Francisco? (The SF Standard)
    • Santa Barbara gets $16 million for train depot, repairs to bluffside tracks (Edhat)
    • LA Police Union: Cops should stop being the ones who respond to non-emergency calls (LA Times)
    • Metro board's vote to extend police contract sparks debate (LA Times)
    • Oakland road safety group wants $20M from police budget for road safety improvements (Oaklandside)
    • Feds allow Diablo Canyon to keep operating for now (CalMatters)
    • To protect our health, tell the truth about the fossil fuel industry (Capitol Weekly)
    • Implications? CA's fourth-largest oil producer sold to German asset management company and Canadian pension plan (Bakersfield.com)
    • Fox News lies about whatever it wants, for ratings (The Bulwark)

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