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The joys and risks of walking; Why is Fresno building so much parking? How much will breaking the law cost if you get caught by a speed camera? More

Image: Santa Cruz Metro

  • The joys and risks of walking (KQED)
  • Why is Fresno planning to spend so much money to build parking? (Fresno Bee)
  • Santa Cruz has some cool-looking buses (Mass Transit)
  • Taylor Swift, Beyoncé concerts influence planning for future transit in LA (LAist)
  • Clipper overhaul should mean easier transit fare payment (SF Bay)
  • Robotaxis: Good? Bad? (Bloomberg)
  • Pollution from highways affects communities of color more than others (ABC)
  • Media falls for Republican Senator Janet Nguyen's attention-getting, Democrat-blaming fake attempt to suspend the gas tax (KUSI)
  • KTLA asks the MOST IMPORTANT question about speed cameras: how much will it cost if you get caught breaking the law?
  • Inland Empire may be realizing warehouses aren't the way forward (CalMatters)

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