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Why banning right turns on red will be a challenge; If not for SUVs, emissions would have been reduced by a lot; Alarming death rates among unhoused people; More

8:47 AM PST on November 28, 2023

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  • Why it will be a challenge to ban right turns on red - one that needs to be overcome (Velo)
  • Nearly a dozen routes considered for a Del Mar train tunnel (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Updates on Sepulveda rail corridor plans (The Source)
  • Can skateboards save Market Street? (SF Chronicle)
  • Put speed limiters on cars (Fast Company)
  • If not for SUVs, global emissions could have been reduced by a lot (The Guardian)
  • What London's mayor learned from reducing cars in the city (Politico)
  • Pondering the future of cap-and-trade (Energy at Haas)
  • Emissions offsets projects leave out the people preserving the land (Inside Climate News)
  • Rams say they want to create a "walkable community" near their planned training ground in Woodland Hills (NY Times)
  • Evicting hundreds, based on a lie (Capital and Main)
  • Study: Alarming death rates among unhoused people (SF Chronicle)
  • San Diego "hacked" state housing law to build "ADU complexes" (CalMatters)
  • After Twitter, what now? (Capitol Weekly)

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