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Today’s Headlines

8:32 AM PDT on March 30, 2023

    • Biking is not a crime (CalBike)
    • The joys of walking (Planetizen)
    • SDSU awarded grant to research safer streets for pedestrians, bicyclists (SDSU)
    • A theory aimed at making communities better gives rise to paranoid hysteria, personal attacks (New York Times)
    • USDOT allots $4.6M to California in emergency infrastructure (hwy) funding
    • Stop building new highways (Bloomberg)
    • Sustainable transportation for rural communities (The Regulatory Review)
    • Turns out Nathan Fletcher - sponsor of California's e-bike incentive administrator - quit his campaign for Senate when he saw a lawsuit heading his way (US News, San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Tejon Ranch Co. determined to find a way to develop sprawl on its land (Bakersfield.com)

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