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Nothing "accidental" about increasing pedestrian deaths; Opinions on e-bike bill; Taylor Swift is a one-woman force for increasing transit ridership, at least momentarily; More

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  • There's nothing accidental about the rise in pedestrian deaths (Slate)
  • Opinions about bill on license requirement, age restriction for e-bikes (Fox5, Electrek)
  • The dangers of e-bikes (SD News)
  • Discerning where it is safe - and legal - to ride a bike (Mother Jones)
  • Taylor Swift's concerts increase transit ridership (Mercury News)
  • More than a dozen states are challenging local minimum parking mandates (Sightline Institute)
  • Electric vehicle tires are polluting the air, water, and soil (The Atlantic)
  • Why aren't there solar panels over waterways throughout California? (AP)
  • Private funding is helping build housing for homeless (LA Times)

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