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8:28 AM PDT on April 18, 2023

    • Two people have been hit while a pedestrian signal waited for PG&E to turn it on (Berkeleyside)
    • In defense of healthy streets and good transit (NRDC)
    • BART will hit "fiscal cliff" next spring (Local News Matters)
    • It's not just California: transit agencies turn to states for help with funding (Route Fifty)
    • Hospitals and transit are both imperiled (GV Wire)
    • A night train from SF to LA? Run by a private company?!? (SF Gate)
    • A new way to measure travel efficiency: accessibility analysis is more comprehensive, straightforward (SSTI)
    • Continuing the conversation: Is transit a public good? (Commonwealth Magazine)
    • Study: Walkable neighborhoods are happy neighborhoods (Forbes)
    • San Jose planning a bicycle superhighway (San Jose Spotlight)
    • Weight of EVs is a growing safety concern (Global News)
    • California climate investments surpass $1 billion in 2022 (CARB)
    • FTA grants $14 billion to cities and states for public transportation capital investments (Smart Cities Dive)
    • San Francisco restaurant owners want their parklets, not parking (SF Standard)
    • BART readies to build housing at Rockridge station (Oaklandside)
    • Few Bay Area cities have met state housing plan deadline (SF Chronicle)
    • Court strikes down Berkeley's ban on natural gas in new construction (SF Chronicle)

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