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Monday’s Headlines

US rail renaissance? Still figuring out the transit fiscal crisis; study recommends narrow lanes for safety; Do we want a future where we have no choice but cars? DTLA will have to function without a major fwy for a while; More

8:36 AM PST on November 13, 2023

Image: Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times

  • The U.S. is having a rail renaissance (Fast Company)
  • Navigating the fiscal crisis in public transportation (Governing)
  • Federal safe streets bill introduced (Senator John Fetterman)
  • John Hopkins study recommends narrower travel lanes for safety (Public Square)
  • Do we want a future where cars are the main transportation choice? (Route Fifty)
  • Major LA freeway will be closed for a while; take public transit if you have to move through the area (ABC, LA Times, LAist)
  • Skateboarders finally have a legit skate park in downtown San Francisco (SF Standard)
  • Why San Francisco fell in love with the Ferry Building (Bloomberg)
  • "Fix-it-first" and equity (Eno Center for Transportation)
  • How Central Valley farm communities are fighting climate change (KQED)

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