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Monday’s Headlines

How CA can be made safer for bike riders; Imagining an Amrtrak revival; Listen to non-drivers; A singing crosswalk, for laughs; More

  • Tune in this morning at 10 am to hear how can California be made safer for bicycle riders (KQED)
  • What an Amtrak revival could look like (Bloomberg)
  • SF Gate explains the difference between BART and Muni
  • The road to transportation equity requires listening to non-drivers (ShelterForce)
  • Walkability expert Dan Burden comes to Humboldt (Lost Coast Outpost)
  • This singing crosswalk might make pedestrians less resentful about having to use a beg button (WFXR)
  • Trying to rate cities by best and worst driving (KTLA 5)
  • Why Denver's Vision Zero goal is failing (Denverite)

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