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Today’s Headlines

8:13 AM PDT on March 29, 2023

    • Speed cameras reduce speeds (CBC)
    • Reducing speeds increases safety (IIHS)
    • It's not the bike lane's fault that you're a bad driver (Jalopnik)
    • 1.3 million people die in traffic every year (Washington Post)
    • Newsom signs bill to investigate gas price gouging (Governor's Press Office, CalMatters Spectrum)
    • Can California end corporate greenwashing? (LA Times)
    • Bay Area transit to test out free/discounted transfers across agencies (KTVU)
    • Yup, traffic noise is pushing up your blood pressure (CNN)
    • Long Beach and Pasadena get money from federal Reconnecting Communities program (LAist)
    • LA County gets millions in state infrastructure money (NBC)
    • Butte County gets over $20 million (KRCR)
    • Mariposa County gets money for State Route 140 (Sierra News Online)
    • Yuba City Highway 99 junction to be "improved" for trucks (Appeal Democrat)
    • Bill could "unleash" state lawsuits on housing (SF Chronicle)

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