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Speed and road design are major factors in road injuries; Sacramento's poorly designed streets contribute to hit-and-runs; E-bikes not for kids; More

8:47 AM PDT on June 21, 2023

Thom Bridge/ Independent Record/ AP

  • Key factors in road injuries: speed, technology, and road design (American Academy of Pediatrics)
  • Sacramento's poorly designed streets contribute to a hit-and-run crashes (Sacramento Bee)
  • Survey: People become homeless because housing costs too damn much (LA Times)
  • LA Metro Ambassadors are here to help (The Source)
  • Best practices from bike advocacy websites (Carter Lavin)
  • In CA, local governments are supposed to be addressing environmental justice. Tulare is being tested (Fresnoland)
  • Youth lawsuit against Montana on climate draws to a close (AP)
  • E-bike and scooter batteries cause fires in Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
  • E-bikes are not for kids (Wired)
  • Some SF Muni routes are more popular than before the pandemic (SF Chronicle)
  • Fresno council meets in private to discuss infrastructure needs, budget (Fresnoland)
  • There's money, so Riverside County will widen some highways (Patch)
  • Delta tunnels! says Newsom. Absolutely not, say lawmakers (CalMatters)

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