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CA cities have failed to prevent pedestrian deaths; What if we treated car crashes like plane crashes; Why have we ceded the world to cars? More

8:44 AM PDT on September 5, 2023


  • S.F. and L.A. have failed to prevent pedestrian deaths (LA Times)
  • How much people walk depends on street layout and available destinations (Medical Xpress)
  • Is America's quest for high-speed trains picking up steam? (The Week)
  • Brightline gets federal grant to build two stations (Railtech)
  • In Berlin, a rave protests freeway expansions (BBC)
  • What if we treated car crashes like plane crashes (WFAE)
  • Why have we given over the world to cars? (New York Times)
  • Solar panels on highways? Sounds shady! (The Hill)

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