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CA Legislature finds money for transit; Black and Latino San Diegans are 4x more likely to be stopped by police for walking/biking infractions; Will San Diego get a RR to the airport? More

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  • Legislature finds some money for transit in budget deal, close to deadline (CalMatters, SF Chronicle)
  • Debunking the argument that one needs a car to go grocery shopping (The Urbanist)
  • Head of SF Muni: Robotaxis are not safe (SF Standard)
  • Newsom's infrastructure plan is half-baked (LA Times)
  • BART to study fare evasion and its own police response (Mercury News)
  • Black and Latino residents of San Diego are four times more likely to be stopped by police for walking and biking infractions (OB Rag)
  • Will San Diego airport get a railroad connection? (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Repairs on SoCal tracks still underway, but bus service to be reduced (LA Times)
  • Republicans are pushing to take away Amtrak's track rights (Bloomberg)
  • California downtowns are not recovering as quickly as other areas (LA Times)
  • Sacramento is at a tipping point on housing prices (Sacramento Bee)
  • What did anyone learn from the Red Sky days? (Washington Post)

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